English version

one-star

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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one-starˈone-star adjective [only before noun]  DLTa one-star hotel, restaurant etc has been judged to be not of a very high standard
Examples from the Corpus
one-starDon't expect five-star facilities in a one-star hotel.And a civilian doesn't argue over military matters with a general, even a one-star version like this.
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