subpar


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sub·par

 (sŭb-pär′)
adj.
1. Not measuring up to traditional standards of performance, value, or production.
2. Below par in a hole, round, or game of golf.

subpar

(sʌbˈpɑː)
adj
not up to standard; below par
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