Definition of well equipped in English:

well equipped

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adjective

1Supplied with all the necessary equipment: a well-equipped kitchen
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  • We cook up dinner later in the caravan's incredibly well-equipped kitchen, and eat it out at the picnic table in front of a watercolour sunset.
  • The centre has a community cafe and a well-equipped training kitchen with facilities for the disabled.
  • He had at his command, ready for instant service, a well-equipped army of 20,000 men.
1.1Having the appropriate mental resources for a situation or task: he is well equipped to do the job efficiently
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  • Many of the games are also less exciting than what you will find at a well-equipped gym.
  • The self-defence army in south Manchuria, whose headquarters was in Liaoning Province, was better equipped than Commander Yu's army.
  • Expect to pay well into the $100,000s for a well-equipped newer model.

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Pronunciation: ˈpʌŋ(k)təm
noun
a small, distinct point