well-developed


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well-developed

adj (well developed when postpositive)
carefully or extensively elaborated or evolved
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well-developed

adjective
Having a full, voluptuous figure:
Informal: built.
Slang: stacked.
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well-developed

[ˌweldɪˈveləpt] ADJ [arm, muscle] → bien desarrollado; [sense] → agudo, fino

well-developed

[ˌwɛldɪˈvɛləpt] adjben sviluppato/a
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I have a well-developed sense of humor--when the joke is not on me.
A central bank official in Ireland has said that the nation needs a well-developed rental market.
This book will, I hope, be a first step toward a new synthesis of 2 seemingly distant but intimately related fields of inquiry, and at the very least represents an intriguing compendium of well-developed case studies of the complexities of disease systems.
This is in contrast to some other dimensions of world-class manufacturing, (such as business strategy; lean manufacturing; and supply chain management), where there are well-developed frameworks and decision-making criteria.
Although a first novel, this shows great promise, with tight plotting and well-developed characters.
Bussell's unforced, silky-smooth technique and well-developed characterizations made her the model of the British ballet establishment.
This material should be approached only by rational human beings with a well-developed sense of humor.
It described three basic human body types: the endomorph, characterized by a preponderance of body fat; the mesomorph, marked by a well-developed musculature; and the ectomorph, distinguished by a lack of either much fat or muscle tissue - in other words, lean and slightly muscular.
The primate discussed with the Armenian church two possible projects for the Anglican Church of Canada: a bursary to support a theological student studying in Canada and advice from Canada's well-developed military chaplaincy to support a new chaplaincy in Armenia.
He writes, "Unless the overseas units have well-developed and aggressively implemented records retention programs, they cannot control the growth of their records, ensure compliance with records retention laws and regulations, or reduce the legal liabilities that can sometimes be associated with document retention and disposal.
Hardwick, a successful screenwriter and producer of the films The Brothers and Deliver Us From Eva, brings us a well-developed, well-paced story.
14) Further, universities typically have well-developed information technology support services with cadres of highly trained staff who routinely install, repair, modify, and protect information systems.