Definition of spot on in English:

spot on

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adjective & adverb

British informal
Completely accurate or accurately: [as adjective]: your reviews are spot on
More example sentences
  • Costner's delivery is spot on as the court case progresses.
  • I thought it was a little slow but the characterization was spot on.
  • But The Usual Suspects just seems too spot on for it to be anything else.
Synonyms
accurate, correct, right, perfect, exact, unerring, so as to hit the nail on the head;
British inch-perfect
informal bang on
North American informal on the money, on the nose

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