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mediocre

adjective uk   /ˌmiː.diˈəʊ.kər/  us   /-ˈoʊ.kɚ/ disapproving
C2 not very good: The film's plot is predictable and the acting is mediocre. Parents don't want their children going to mediocre schools.
Translations of “mediocre”
in Arabic مُتوسّط, عادي…
in Korean 별로 좋지 않은…
in Malaysian biasa…
in French médiocre…
in Turkish vasat, orta, şöyle böyle…
in Italian mediocre…
in Chinese (Traditional) 普通的,平庸的,不夠好的…
in Russian посредственный, заурядный…
in Polish (co najwyżej) przeciętny, nienajlepszy…
in Vietnamese tầm thường…
in Spanish mediocre…
in Portuguese medíocre…
in Thai ธรรมดา…
in German mittelmäßig…
in Catalan mediocre…
in Japanese (質が)並みの…
in Indonesian biasa…
in Chinese (Simplified) 普通的,平庸的,不够好的…
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