Meaning of well-controlled in English:

well-controlled

adjective

  • That is subject to or kept under proper control; (of a scientific study) that has an adequate control group.

Origin

Late 16th century; earliest use found in Arthur Hall (1539–1605), translator and politician. From well + controlled.

Pronunciation

well-controlled

/ˌwɛlkənˈtrəʊld/