Definition of well thought out in English:

well thought out

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adjective

Carefully considered and planned: an excellent and well-thought-out presentation
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  • This part of the bill has been very well-thought-out and carefully drafted.
  • I do think it's a lovely essay - well-thought-out, passionate and well-argued.
  • It requires a well-thought-out strategy, not just a lot of technology and money.

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