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well troddenadjective

uk   us  
much used or ​visited: [before noun] We ​followed the well-trodden ​tourist route from Paris to Chartres. used to refer to a set of ​actions that many ​people have done or a ​subject that many ​people have ​dealt with ​previously: [before noun] The ​surveyshowed that ​peoplebecomemanagers by well-trodden paths.
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