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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwell-runˌwell-ˈrun adjective  a well-run organization or business is managed well a small, well-run hotel
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well-runAll experience shows that the best intelligence comes from small, well-run agencies, not huge sprawling empires.Public transport in this country is well-run and inexpensive.While no one could possibly argue that Benidorm is attractive, it is well-run and very popular.In a well-run company there will be no question of simply rubber-stamping management decisions when a grievance or appeal is pursued.A well-run firm must strive to maintain an appropriate balance between business and financial risk.A thoroughly charming and well-run hotel, it was recently refurbished and is well-furnished throughout.The Klausner is a comfortable well-run hotel.The effectiveness of well-run programs, in fact, is no longer at issue.Substances that are lethal if inhaled, imbibed or touched may do no harm at all when safely confined to a well-run tip.One, Rivergreen, in my constituency, is a happy, well-run, well-managed, well-staffed home.
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