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English definition of “be nothing to get excited about”

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be nothing to get excited about

to not be especially good: It's a competent enough first novel but nothing to get excited about.
Translations of “be nothing to get excited about”
in Chinese (Traditional) 不是特別好的, 並非特別出眾的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不是特别好的, 并非特别出众的…
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