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    what is the meaning of (well done)and what is the usage of this word in conversation?

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    meaning of a word

    what is the meaning of (well done)and what is the usage of this word in conversation?


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    well done - you did a good job

    Congratulations for a job well done!
    The presentation was well done!


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    well done - you did a good job

    Congratulations for a job well done!
    The presentation was well done!

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    Re: meaning of a word

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    what is the meaning of (well done)and what is the usage of this word in conversation?
    I'd like a well-done steak. (cooked completely)

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    Re: meaning of a word

    Quote Originally Posted by nasim_server
    what is the meaning of (well done)and what is the usage of this word in conversation?
    I'd like a well-done steak. (cooked completely)


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    Re: meaning of a word

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeNewYork
    Quote Originally Posted by nasim_server
    what is the meaning of (well done)and what is the usage of this word in conversation?
    I'd like a well-done steak. (cooked completely)
    Aside from discussing taste buds - why not "a steak well done"?


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    Re: meaning of a word

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeNewYork
    Quote Originally Posted by nasim_server
    what is the meaning of (well done)and what is the usage of this word in conversation?
    I'd like a well-done steak. (cooked completely)
    Aside from discussing taste buds - why not "a steak well done"?

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    Re: meaning of a word

    Quote Originally Posted by twostep
    Quote Originally Posted by MikeNewYork
    Quote Originally Posted by nasim_server
    what is the meaning of (well done)and what is the usage of this word in conversation?
    I'd like a well-done steak. (cooked completely)
    Aside from discussing taste buds - why not "a steak well done"?
    That would also be correct. That is a resultative adjective and it implies the verb "cooked". My use was a regular attributive adjective.

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    Re: meaning of a word

    Quote Originally Posted by twostep
    Quote Originally Posted by MikeNewYork
    Quote Originally Posted by nasim_server
    what is the meaning of (well done)and what is the usage of this word in conversation?
    I'd like a well-done steak. (cooked completely)
    Aside from discussing taste buds - why not "a steak well done"?
    That would also be correct. That is a resultative adjective and it implies the verb "cooked". My use was a regular attributive adjective.

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