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spot-on

(spŏt′ŏn′, -ôn′)
adj.
Precisely right; exact: His imitation of his boss was spot-on.

spot-on

adj
informal absolutely correct; very accurate: your prediction was spot-on.
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spot-on

adjective (Informal) accurate, exact, precise, right, correct, on the money (U.S.), unerring, punctual (to the minute), hitting the nail on the head (informal), on the bull's-eye (informal) Schools were told their exam information had to be spot-on.
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spot-on

[ˌspɒtˈɒn]
A. ADJ what he said was spot-ondio en el claro con lo que dijo
B. ADV she guessed spot-onlo adivinó exactamente

spot-on

[ˈspɒtˈɒn] adj (Brit) → esatto/a
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