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English definition of “well preserved”

well preserved

adjective uk   us  
(especially of something old) kept in good condition: [before noun] It was a pretty town with a picturesque harbour and well-preserved buildings. often humorous (of an older person) not looking as old as they really are: [before noun] A well-preserved male model can go on working into his forties.
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