below[under] par

標準以下で; (体調が)ふだんより悪くて.

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  • below/sub par — Ⅰ. under/below/sub par ► worse than the usual or expected standard: »California ranks below par in tackling the retiree health care issue. Main Entry: ↑par Ⅱ. below par UK US adjective ► STOCK MARKET relating to a bond or share that sells at a… …   Financial and business terms

  • under par — below/under ˈpar idiom less well, good, etc. than is usual or expected • I may take tomorrow off if I m still feeling under par. • Teaching in some subjects has been well below par. Main entry: ↑paridiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • under/below/sub par — Ⅰ. under/below/sub par ► worse than the usual or expected standard: »California ranks below par in tackling the retiree health care issue. Main Entry: ↑par Ⅱ. below par UK US adjective ► STOCK MARKET relating to a bond or share that sells at a… …   Financial and business terms

  • under par — Ⅰ. under/below/sub par ► worse than the usual or expected standard: »California ranks below par in tackling the retiree health care issue. Main Entry: ↑par Ⅱ. below par UK US adjective ► STOCK MARKET relating to a bond or share that sells at a… …   Financial and business terms

  • under par —  Below one s usual standard (esp. of health) …   A concise dictionary of English slang

  • under par — adjective below par …   Wiktionary

  • above or below or under par — the usual or expected level or amount. → par …   English new terms dictionary

  • par — [pa: US pa:r] n [U] [Date: 1500 1600; : Latin; Origin: equal ] 1.) be on a par (with sth) to be at the same level or standard ▪ The wages of clerks were on a par with those of manual workers. ▪ We will have Christmas decorations on a par with… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • par — [ par ] noun uncount * 1. ) the usual or expected standard, especially the standard of someone s work or health: below/under par: His initial performances have been well below par. not up to par: Most of the scripts we read are simply not up to… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • below par — 1 their performances have been below par: SUBSTANDARD, inferior, not up to scratch, under par, below average, second rate, mediocre, poor, undistinguished; informal not up to snuff; N. Amer …   Useful english dictionary

  • par — The face value of a security. For example, a bond selling at par is worth the same dollar amount it was issued for or at which it will be redeemed at maturity. Chicago Board of Trade glossary (1) The principal or maturity value of a non… …   Financial and business terms

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