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mediocre
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
mediocre /'mi:dioukə/
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Concise Dictionary
‚mɪːdɪ'əʊkə(r)
adj.
+moderate to inferior in quality
+lacking exceptional quality or ability
+poor to middling in quality

Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
middling, indifferent, ordinary, commonplace, average, medium, everyday, US garden-variety, run-of-the-mill, pedestrian, undistinguished, uninspired, unimaginative, unexceptional, tolerable, fair, not (that or too) good, not bad, second-rate, third-rate, inferior, poor, Brit common-or-garden variety, US garden-variety, Colloq so so, fair to middling, nothing to brag or to write home about, no great shakes:
It was a mediocre play, and we couldn't be bothered to sit through it.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ adjective
(disapproving) not very good; of only average standard: a mediocre musician / talent / performance + I thought the play was only mediocre.


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