Meaning of well-dissected in English:

well-dissected

adjective

  • 1Subjected to skilful and thorough anatomical, experimental, or surgical dissection.

  • 2Geography
    Especially of an elevated plain or plateau: extensively eroded.

Origin

Early 18th century; earliest use found in John Philips (1676–1709), poet. From well + dissected.

Pronunciation

well-dissected

/ˌwɛldɪˈsɛktɪd/ /ˌwɛldʌɪˈsɛktɪd/