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Polish translation of “not half as good/bad/exciting, etc”

not half as good/bad/exciting, etc

informal
B2 to be much less good/bad/exciting, etc than something else
nawet w części nie tak dobry/zły/ciekawy itp.
Her new book's not half as good as the last one.Worse and worst
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