mediocre

形容詞
  • ja

    〔質・能力などが〕平凡な、二流の

    Globify による定義
  • en

    of ordinary or moderate quality; barely adequate

    Globify による定義
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Mute
1.
Look, I know you're upset, but this isn't your last chance to become commissioner.
2.
John Kelly's old.
3.
He's not gonna be in office forever.
4.
True, but he'll just be replaced by another mediocre old white man.
5.
Nothing will ever change.
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Mute
1.
I just don't get it.
2.
You are so hot.
3.
Why are you with a fat, ordinary guy with no redeeming traits whatsoever?
4.
He's literally the definition of mediocre.
5.
He's the funniest guy ever!
6.
Hey.
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Mute
1.
I mean, it tastes better with MSG.
2.
Love the stuff.
3.
I can't even with how mediocre this was,
4.
before I started putting in MSG by the spoonful.
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Mute
1.
I'm just going to slice it.
2.
So my knife skills are, I would say, mediocre in the chef game.
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Mute
1.
When I go to Korean restaurants, I always judge a restaurant by their kimchi.
2.
And with fast food, you always judge it by the fries.
3.
That was such an Asian thing to say.
4.
The fries, very mediocre.
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Mute
1.
I think the reason that yeah, you don't do that many TikToks
2.
is because you don't allow yourself to put out mediocre content, whereas me—
3.
- I think this is pretty mediocre. - I thrive on it.
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Mute
1.
I'm not gonna fire her.
2.
I can't fire someone for doing a bad Popeye imitation in a dead man's office.
3.
Mediocre.