Definition of 'spot-on'
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Fifty minutes later, she met Renata for dinner at a hot new spot on Pennsylvania Avenue. FLOATING CITY (1994)
Elvira's penchant for ascribing accents was spot-on; she wouldn't allow herself to be caught out. IN REMEMBRANCE OF ROSE (2003)Everything else about the picture was absolutely right, spot-on. THE SCAR (2003)You had to marvel at the man's genius; the advert in NME said, `Often copied, never equalled,' which was absolutely spot-on. MUSIC FOR BOYS (2003)
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