better-known better-known


  • (adj) more familiar or renowned than the other of two


  1. But there are an extensive library of songs by independent artists in all genres and the occasional treat from some better-known ones.
  2. Despite its better-known identification with gloves and condoms, latex starts its life cycle as a substance collected from Hevea brasiliensis, better known as the rubber tree.


  1. Brain workouts on your phone

    Nowadays smartphones host a whole range of tools to help improve memory and enhance brain skills. These five apps offer mobile opportunities for mental math, logic exercises, and word puzzles. Lumosity Brain Trainer is one of the better-known brain-training apps. Android users might enjoy Brain Trainer Special. Mind Games is similar to Brain Trainer, but has a few added niceties. The ClockWork ...
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Boston Globe

  2. Briton's Bitter Farewell to China

    One of the better-known foreign entrepreneurs in China is leaving China disillusioned with the country.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: CNBC

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