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well-preserved
Pronunciation: /ˌwɛlprɪˈzəːvd/

Translation of well-preserved in Spanish:

adjective predicative well preserved

  • (artefact/find)
    en buen estado
    bien conservado
    he is well preserved
    se conserva bien
    Example sentences
    • Although the workshops have been demolished for a health club, and the restaurant has been removed, the Thorndike remains an exceptionally well-preserved and fine example of the best of modernist theatre design.
    • ‘It's also quite unique to find well-preserved plant remains in plaster ’, said Bruins.
    • This is another well-preserved old town full of beautiful houses, and has a quaint little yachting harbour guarded by stone Bavarian lions on pillars.

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