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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwell-educatedˌwell-ˈeducated adjective  someone who is well-educated has had a lot of education and has a lot of knowledge about many different things
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well-educatedMost of their customers are well-educated.That is our vision of a well-educated Britain.Healthy, well-educated children were essential to sustaining a robust economy.I come from a well-educated family.By day, this urbane, well-educated man mastered complex problems in a high-tech consulting firm.Well-educated men and women are marrying each other, and these well-educated wives are carrying on working.
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