Translation of well-placed in Spanish:


certero, adj.

Pronunciation /wɛlˈpleɪst/


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    (throw/shot) certero
    • Indeed, a subtle, well-placed question may be the most effective tactic you have.
    • I thought for a moment, thrown off course by Mally's well-placed question, one I hadn't addressed before now.
    • That way we will be well placed to take full advantage of the eventual economic upswing.
    • The boom in online recruitment is something the company is also well placed to take advantage of.
    • He was a successful farmer and businessman, well placed to take advantage of developments in agriculture.