bog-standard

bog-standard

adj
informal completely ordinary; run-of-the-mill
Translations

bog-standard

[ˈbɒgˈstændəd] ADJ (Brit) → normalito, común y corriente

bog-standard

adj (Brit inf) → stinknormal (inf)
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No bog-standard microwave lasagne for us Iceland Salt-Baked Sea Bass, PS10 Ridiculously posh food for a tenner
He's only eight, and top-class horses only run about four or five times a season, whereas bog-standard horses run 10 times or more.
YOU CANNOT BE SERIOUS Grigor Dimitrov Tennis's most overhyped act was sent packing 3-6 7-6 3-6 6-4 11-9 by bog-standard Grega Zemlja on Court Three yesterday.
It would seem Jonas Gutierrez was missing out on the fun when he was pictured wearing bog-standard "boardies" on the holiday snap.
18 ( ANI ): Thailand government will remove 90 percent of their bog-standard toilets by 2016 and replace them with sit-downs, the Public Health Ministry has announced.
The three windows contain real glass and open and close like conventional windows, and the shed has big double doors, so it's already more garden room than bog-standard shed.
IT might have been boggy outside but there was nothing bog-standard about JAY-Z's dressing room.
Beresford hid her disappointment when she first tasted the bog-standard biscuits.
He said: "I keep telling everyone I've got bog-standard Parkinson's disease - you don't die from Parkinson's.
with lead character Miley Stewart ambling along talking to other characters and indulging in bog-standard mini-games.
Via telegram, horseback and even messenger hawk--a major upgrade on the bog-standard carrier pigeon--we cross deserts, oceans and centuries, back to when basmati was first grown in the foothills of the Himalayas (it says here).
My dictionary says that bog-standard is informal and derogatory.