See also: well-done

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well done (comparative more well done, superlative most well done)

  1. (idiomatic) Performed well.
    It was a job well done.
    • 2020 May 6, Graeme Pickering, “Borders Railway: time for the next step”, in Rail, page 52:
      "We've never looked on the Borders Railway as it stands as a job well done. It's part one of a job well done."
    • 2023 March 26, Phil McNulty, “England 2-0 Ukraine”, in BBC Sport[1]:
      They survived a poor second half in Italy and a drab first half-hour here but the end results certainly count as a job well done.
  2. (cooking) Well-cooked.
    1. (specifically, of meat) Cooked through to the center.
      She liked her steaks well done.

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well done

  1. An exclamation of praise or endorsement of an achievement.
    Well done, John. Here's a biscuit for you.

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