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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Declan Rice was very good against a truly bog-standard Montenegro side.
It should have been billed: "Not your bog-standard period drama."
Bog-standard Russian separatists are searching for Pierce Brosnan's former revolutionary leader, and they've rigged the stadium to explode on the final whistle.
No bog-standard microwave lasagne for us Iceland Salt-Baked Sea Bass, PS10 Ridiculously posh food for a tenner!
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.
Beresford hid her disappointment when she first tasted the bog-standard biscuits.
Speaking in detail about his illness for the first time since revealing he had it two years ago, he defiantly dismissed it as "bog-standard Parkinson's".
He's offering three things: a solar-powered torch, a lead balloon and what's described as a "bog-standard telly".