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up to snuff

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishup to snuffup to snuffAmerican English informal good enough for a particular purpose A lot of money was spent to bring the building up to snuff. snuff
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up to snuffIt is the kind of work that museums do to conserve their furniture collections and bring their acquisitions up to snuff.Semiconductor, software and computer companies slumped in price because of concern that earnings may not be up to snuff.A few of these devices should be exploded every year to test whether the refurbishing is working up to snuff.
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