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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwell-thought-outˌwell-thought-ˈout adjective  LOGICALPLANcarefully and thoroughly planned a well-thought-out design All the menus are well-thought-out.
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well-thought-outThe middle-aged manager might have well-thought-out ideas about how he would spend his enforced early retirement.An elegant fire-hydrant, an acceptable litter-bin, a well-thought-out pedestrian-barrier; the standards of design are high.Before we can apply for funding, we must have strong, well-thought-out proposals.a well-thought-out strategyBoth sides, however, agreed that the use of statistical tests without a well-thought-out theory was little more than useless.a well-thought-out training program
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