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  • well-regarded — well re|gard|ed [ ,wel rı gardəd ] adjective respected and admired: well regarded as: He is very well regarded as a teacher …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • well-regarded — UK US adjective ► used to describe someone or something about which people have a good opinion: »The airline is well regarded by passengers …   Financial and business terms

  • well-regarded — adj. * * * well regarded UK [ˌwel rɪˈɡɑː(r)dɪd] US [ˌwel rɪˈɡɑrdəd] adjective respected and admired well regarded as: He is very well regarded as a teacher. Thesaurus: deserving praise, respect and admirationsynonym …   Useful english dictionary

  • well-regarded — UK [ˌwel rɪˈɡɑː(r)dɪd] / US [ˌwel rɪˈɡɑrdəd] adjective respected and admired well regarded as: He is very well regarded as a teacher …   English dictionary

  • well-regarded — /wɛl rəˈgadəd/ (say wel ruh gahduhd) adjective held in high esteem. Also, (especially in predicative use), well regarded …   Australian English dictionary

  • well-regarded — adj. * * * …   Universalium

  • well-nigh — meaning ‘nearly, almost wholly or entirely’, has been in continuous use since the Old English period but is now usually regarded as literary or archaic in tone: • If your country is the size of a postage stamp, your population is unsophisticated… …   Modern English usage

  • Well-Tempered Clavier — The Well Tempered Clavier ( Das Wohltemperirte Clavier in the original old German spelling) [In the German of Bach s time the Clavier was a generic name meaning keyboard instrument, most typically the harpsichord or clavichord mdash; but not… …   Wikipedia

  • well-thought-of — adjective receiving deferential regard a respected family • Syn: ↑respected • Similar to: ↑reputable * * * adj respected, highly regarded, esteemed, venerated, admired, looked up to, honoured, revered ≠ despised, looked down on * * *… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Well-posed problem — The mathematical term well posed problem stems from a definition given by Hadamard. He believed that mathematical models of physical phenomena should have the properties that # A solution exists # The solution is unique # The solution depends… …   Wikipedia


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