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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwell-developedˌwell-deˈveloped adjective  fully developed or formed and able to function very well well-developed back muscles well-developed reading skills
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well-developedSmith had a well-developed con-science and a low tolerance for exploitive business practices.A well-developed control and distribution system enables the delivery of 95% of orders within three days.So horses normally have good memories and a well-developed instinct for fear.It already had a well-developed product on the market, whilst its rivals were struggling to get one on to the drawing board.Excel, on the other hand, is a well-developed product which has stood the test of time.He had a particularly well-developed sense of humour.Certainly some species are propagated only with difficulty, but well-developed specimens are maintained easily.
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