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mediocre

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmediocreme‧di‧o‧cre /ˌmiːdiˈəʊkə◂ $ -ˈoʊkər◂/ adjective  BADnot very good syn second rate I thought the book was pretty mediocre. a mediocre studentmediocrity /ˌmiːdiˈɒkrəti $ -ˈɑːk-/ noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
mediocreBut if you stash 90 % of your money in a savings account, your overall results will almost inevitably be mediocre.Food on some all-inclusive packages can, to put it bluntly, be mediocre.Indeed all sections of the exhibition struck me as exciting and thought-provoking with the exception of the ceramics section which is mediocre.Appearances of being vicious, mindless, or mediocre can be deceptive, and the deception is often studied and rehearsed.The issues of validity and reliability are the twin pillars that prove research to be only mediocre or outstanding.The team gave another mediocre performance last night.The team is hoping to start winning again after last year's mediocre performance.Tourists crowd the gift shops to buy mediocre products at high prices.mediocre songs
From Longman Business Dictionarymediocreme‧di‧o‧cre /ˌmiːdiˈəʊkə◂-ˈoʊkər◂/ adjective not very goodThe business is now riding high, shaking off years of mediocre earnings.Shares have had a mediocre year.
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