Be well done (done in a way that produces great results)

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Hello everyone,

Does the phrase "be well done" (meaning: be done in a way that produces great results) sound natural/correct in the examples I made below?

a. His translations are very well done. I like the work he does. That's why I'm going to hire him.
b. John, the job wasn't very well done. Could you do it again, please?
c. The movie was very well done: the music, the make-up. That's why I love hollywood movies.

Thank you in advance!
 
  • kency

    Senior Member
    English - SE England
    All sound fine. C could be said by a native speaker, but the most obvious and natural way of saying it is "The movie was very well made".
     
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