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be well placed

To be in a good position or situation to do or have something. Because this store is on such a busy street, it's well placed to do a lot of business. As a friend of the dean, you're well placed to get a job at the school.
See also: place, well

be ideally placed

To be in an ideal position or situation to do or have something. Because this store is on such a busy street, it's ideally placed to do a lot of business. As a friend of the dean, you're ideally placed to get a job at the school.
See also: ideally, place

be better placed

To be in a better position or situation to do or have something. Now that this store has moved to such a busy street, it's better placed to do a lot of business. Do you think that a friend of the dean is better placed to get a job at the school than a regular applicant?
See also: better, place

be well, ideally, better, etc. placed for something/to do something


1 be in a good, ideal, etc. position or have a good, ideal, etc. opportunity to do something: Engineering graduates are well placed for a wide range of jobs.The company is now better placed to take advantage of the new legislation.
2 be situated in a pleasant or convenient place: The hotel is ideally placed for restaurants, bars and clubs.
See also: place, something
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Irish Oaks heroine MILDEAN TALLY (Race 7) is ideally drawn to follow-up this evening.
Usually, no one has much to say about seals until they no longer ideally fulfill the specified requirements, resulting in costly, image-damaging incidents or recalls, according to the sponsor.
Ideally, the report will be initially provided in a draft form so that you and other administrators have an opportunity to provide feedback and make appropriate revisions prior to final submission.
We believe CPAs are ideally positioned to offer their clients these services for two main reasons.
* Summative assessment of students and programs that track students over the school year and, ideally, their entire academic careers.
The Greeks, for instance, saw skin as an ideally inviolable vessel for both body and spirit.
Ideally, the data life cycle management solution should be completely transparent to applications and to users who do not necessarily need to know where their data is stored as long as it is accessible.
The material offered in the various lexias is perhaps ideally read according to Kinney's own hypertextual principles, and, on one level, Kinney seems almost to struggle with the limitations of the scholarly monograph format.
Ideally, during these years we are nourished, protected, and well enfolded as our bodies and minds grow in preparation for the rest of our lives.
Oretech Inc., Phenix City, Ala., is exploring whether its technology is ideally suited to processing and recycling of e-scrap in addition to ore.
The teacher can decide how much of the lesson ideally should consist of playing and how much might be spent talking.
Ideally, Customs would like to know the complete history of the shipment and security ratings for all the firms that touched the shipment.
Monro suggest some students may be more interested in different areas such as water-based or forestry-based resources and ideally, the institutions would guide the components to suit the degree.
The model SPF-3043 DC to 10 GHz low noise GaAs pHEMT component is ideally suited to a very wide range of low noise amplifier applications in wireless infrastructure equipment.
Ideally, however, records managers should be involved in planning, designing, and implementing e-commerce processes; selecting and implementing the software; and training users on how and when to use it for records management purposes.