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not up to the mark

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnot up to the marknot up to the markBritish English a) GOOD ENOUGHnot good enough Her work just isn’t up to the mark. b) old-fashionedMI not well and healthy I’m not feeling quite up to the mark today. mark
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