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subpar

(sŭb″păr′) [″ + L. par, equal]
Below accepted standards, said, e.g., of poor performance by an employee or institution.
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The starting point for helping a subpar performing team member is to find out the cause of the problem.
Once potent San Miguel Beer, meanwhile, is coming off a tough 119-127 defeat to Alaska last Saturday to fall at a subpar 2-4 record midway the conference.
"We're trying to go from subpar and sometimes unsafe to adequate."
Juma's personal biggest nightmare is to send a subpar film for consideration and attract an international audience, only to leave them disappointed or disillusioned with the potential of UAE cinema.
The UK's annualised growth is now sitting at 1.5 per cent, a subpar score against a formidable looking EU economy.
Ian Macallister, vice president of Market Strategy at Early Warning, the owner of Zelle, said, 'The current P2P landscape is fraught with silos and divisions, often causing a subpar experience for the end user.
It's the slot where studios often put subpar movies with major stars."
After taking to Twitter to celebrate the kidnapping and murder of three Israeli boysand wishing the same fate on all of their kinthe bigoted and muddle-minded academic lost his position at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, stumbled onto the American University in Beirut, and was found subpar for that gig, too, a move he naturally implied was all the fault of the Zionists.
Xiaomi Redmi 4A was originally launched with 2GB RAM and 16GB storage in March and in our review, we found the handset is ahead of other budget offerings but has a subpar camera.
Consumption grew by 10.3 per cent in 2016-17 from 6.3 per cent in 2015-16 leading to subpar growth of savings, given the inverse relationship between the two.
The housekeepers need to ensure guest satisfaction levels are high, and subpar products do not help in this endeavour.
Orion is a subpar, which means she is less susceptible to radiation poisoning than the average person.