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Meaning of “be up to par” in the English Dictionary

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be up to par

to be of the ​usual or ​expectedstandard: Her ​work hasn't been up to par ​lately.
(Definition of be up to par from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “be up to par”
in Chinese (Simplified) 达到一般水平,达到标准…
in Chinese (Traditional) 達到一般水準,達到標準…
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