well-tried


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well-tried

adj (well tried when postpositive)
repeatedly and exhaustively attempted or tried
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Adj.1.well-tried - tested and proved useful or correctwell-tried - tested and proved useful or correct; "a tested method"
proved, proven - established beyond doubt; "a proven liar"; "a Soviet leader of proven shrewdness"
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well-tried

[ˌwelˈtraɪd] ADJ [method] → comprobado

well-tried

[ˌwɛlˈtraɪd] adjsperimentato/a
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He ran a fine race in defeat when fifth in the Red Rum at Aintree in the spring, while there was little disgrace in being beaten five lengths by the well-tried Vaniteux at Ayr in April.
Before the management let someone loose on a well-tried menu, they could for starters at least show him the Rebecca Charles method of grilling a lobster.
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Not that they did not function before 2001 but now they are more sophisticated, efficient and well-tried," Nikovski writes.
Thoma Bravo partner Holden Spaht said that his company would employ its well-tried buy-and-build strategy to accelerate Deltek's growth.
A negative, but well-tried, approach to combat pressure from a regulator to increase competition is to introduce delaying tactics into the consultation process, or even changing it to be more favourable.
Alan Berry''s well-tried threeyear-old is still a maiden after 17 tries, but knows the time of day in races of this nature and turned in one of her best displays when third in a far better race than this at Chester last month.