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clued-up

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(North American clued-in)

Definition of clued-up in English:

adjective

informal
Well informed about a particular subject: I’m not too clued-up on turtles' habits
More example sentences
  • He had met a lot of girls but never one so clued-in and so switched-on.
  • Believe me when I say that as little as three or four years ago, I was very clued-up about national and international news each day.
  • She said she was a clued-up woman but had been spending too much time working on international relations.

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