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spot on

Exactly right; perfectly accurate. Often hyphenated when used before a noun. Mr. Lynch's analysis of the company is spot on, if you ask me. I suggest we follow whatever advice he offers. Yes, those directions you gave me were spot on, thank you! Mark does a spot-on impression of our teacher—you have to hear it!
See also: on, spot

spot on

completely accurate or accurately. British informal
2007 Clarissa Dickson Wright Spilling the Beans She advised her solicitors to give the money to my mother for me, as she believed my father would fail to pass it on to me. She was spot on.
See also: on, spot

bang/spot ˈon

(informal) (of an estimate, a description, etc.) exactly right: She was bang on when she called him an idiot: that’s just what he is!Your sales estimate was spot on. Well done!
See also: bang, on, spot
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Spot On's version of Bugsy Malone can be seen from Wednesday, May 14, until Saturday, May 17, at Moldgreen United Reformed Church.
"There has been a good deal of hype surrounding Twitter, but now we can see from current usage and growth patterns that Twitter is starting to make its presence felt across the region," said Carrington Malin, managing director of Spot On Public Relations.
POLLY ANTHUS, who is in foal to Definite Article, took an incident-packed two-mile handicap hurdle by nine lengths after being left clear when her closest rival, Jimmy Spot On, fell at the final flight when challenging.
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THERE'S no stopping the team at Spot On Musical Theatre who are cracking on with more shows.
Spot On Musical Theatre are convinced that charm, and Sondheim's knack with lyrics, will draw audiences for its production of the show, scheduled to open at Moldgreen United Reform Church in June.