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well thought out

adjective uk   us  
planned in an effective way: The training schedule wasn't very well thought out. [before noun] a well-thought-out system for traffic control
Translations of “well thought out”
in Chinese (Traditional) 精心計劃的, 經縝密思考的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 精心计划的, 经缜密思考的…
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