run-of-the-mill


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run-of-the-mill

(rŭn′əv-thə-mĭl′)
adj.
Not special or outstanding; average.
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run-of-the-mill

adj
ordinary, average, or undistinguished in quality, character, or nature; not special or excellent
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run′-of-the-mill′



adj.
merely average; commonplace; mediocre.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.run-of-the-mill - not special in any wayrun-of-the-mill - not special in any way; "run-of-the-mill boxing"; "your run-of-the-mine college graduate"; "a unexceptional an incident as can be found in a lawyer's career"
ordinary - not exceptional in any way especially in quality or ability or size or degree; "ordinary everyday objects"; "ordinary decency"; "an ordinary day"; "an ordinary wine"
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run-of-the-mill

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run-of-the-mill

adjective
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Translations

run-of-the-mill

[ˈrʌnəvðəˈmɪl] ADJ (= ordinary) → común y corriente, corriente y moliente; (= mediocre) → mediocre
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run-of-the-mill

[ˌrʌnəvðˈmɪl] adjbanale, solito/a
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