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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwell-versedˌwell-ˈversed adjective  KNOW somethingknowing a lot about somethingwell-versed in countries not so well-versed in technological advances as our own
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well-versedOnce again, everything we have said is crashingly obvious to the well-versed classical physicist.The service was in the afternoon and included presentation of Fenn Bibles to children who had proved themselves well-versed in Biblical knowledge.The marquis was a sophisticated and generous lover, well-versed in the art of pleasing women.The main dangers for the well-versed record critic are threefold.
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