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low-grade

(lō′grād′)
adj.
1. Of inferior grade or quality: low-grade merchandise.
2. Reduced in degree or intensity: a low-grade fever.

low-grade

adj
1. inferior
2. lesser in rank, intensity, or degree

low′-grade′



adj.
1. of inferior grade or quality.
2. being close to the low end of a range of measurement: a low-grade fever.
[1875–80]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.low-grade - of inferior quality
inferior - of low or inferior quality

low-grade

adjective inferior, bad, poor, duff (informal), not good enough, second-rate, substandard, low-rent (informal, chiefly U.S.), two-bit (U.S. & Canad. slang), poxy (slang), dime-a-dozen (informal), piss-poor (slang), chickenshit (U.S. slang), bush-league (Austral. & N.Z. informal), not up to snuff (informal), tinhorn (U.S. slang), of a sort or of sorts undrinkable low-grade wine

low-grade

adjective
Translations

low-grade

[ˈləʊˌgreɪd] ADJde baja calidad

low-grade

[ˈləuˌgreɪd] adjdi qualità inferiore
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