English version

well-grounded

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwell-groundedˌwell-ˈgrounded adjective  1 well-grounded in something2 LOGICALwell-founded My fears were well-grounded.
Examples from the Corpus
well-groundedMinuses: Too ephemeral, sentimental and romantic to hold up against the well-grounded competition.But it is well-grounded in theory.He had never taught boys who were less than well-grounded in traditional academic subjects.well-grounded suspicions
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