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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They spare no effort and go to any extent to help a subpar performer overcome underperformance because of their conviction that they need to give others a push to take them from where they are to where they ought to be.
Bidding stats on both were subpar but the longer tranche really underperformed.
Thurman's subpar performance against Lopez brought about talks regarding his health, which he doesn't appear to be worried about heading into his title unification bout with Pacquiao.
The Punjab Food Authority (PFA) has seized a huge cache of rotten eggs worth million of rupees while carrying out an operation in the subpar area of Chichawatni here on Wednesday.
to improve their subpar starts approaching the pivotal stretch of the season-ending conference.
The Round Lake Area Unit School District 116 board members are considering spending around $6.3 million to improve the district's "subpar" athletic facilities and could make their final decision as soon as this month.
Computer classes are optional, teaching facilities are subpar and internet connectivity is awful due to the hostile weather conditions there.
Rogers also proposed renegotiating insurance contracts and dropping insurers paying at "subpar" levels.
No service member or veteran should be forced to live in subpar or unsafe housing because of poor financial management.
LAHORE -- The Punjab Food Authority (PFA) continued its raids on subpar food places and practices across the province, this time targeting fruit hoarders across Punjab.
She added that her low profile did not mean she was subpar.
Kim sat down on her second run and scored 41.50, her only subpar run in two days.