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best/well/ideally/perfectly etc suited to/for something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbest/well/ideally/perfectly etc suited to/for somethingbest/well/ideally/perfectly etc suited to/for somethingSUITABLEto have the right qualities to do something The activity holidays on offer are really best suited to groups. land well suited for agriculture the candidate most ideally suited to doing the job suit
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best/well/ideally/perfectly etc suited to/for somethingIt is not however so well suited to an intensive, detailed study of spoken language.Boar chops are best suited to grilling or sauteing.If I were a free agent, those are the places I would go, a place best suited for my needs.We have large quantities of plutonium already separated and in forms ideally suited for nuclear weapons.The farmer's wife was well suited to tackling this considerable undertaking.Nevertheless, it is an early maturing variety well suited to the long ripening period of a northern wine region.Use the systems best suited to their talent, both offensively and defensively.Secondly, the adversary nature of the adjudicative process may not be well suited to this area.
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