Why is mediocrity a norm

Mediocre (German)

Part of speech: noun (neuter)

Other spellings:
Switzerland and Liechtenstein:Mediocre
Hyphenation:
With | tel | measure, Plural: Medium | dimensions
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈmɪtl̩ˌmaːs], Plural: [ˈMɪtl̩ˌmaːsə]
Word meaning / definition:
1) medium level, medium level with regard to a certain thing (performance, social status, ...)
Related terms:
1) average
Application examples:
1) "Only who that mediocre does not exceed, can count on benevolence. "
Derived words:
mediocre
Cases:
Nominative: singular the mediocrity; Plural the mediocrity
Genitive: singular of mediocrity; Plural the mediocre
Dative: singular the mediocrity; Plural the mediocre
Accusative: singular the mediocrity; Plural the mediocrity

Translations

  • Swedish: genome cut, medelmåtta

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

Excellence instead mediocre wishes the Federation of Industry for Vorarlberg.
derStandard.at, January 9, 2019

The first days in London showed that there is a lot mediocre on the last few meters of a long season.
Spox, November 17, 2018

The German Nordic combined athletes are only in the first jump training for the World Cup decision from the large hill on Friday in Innsbruck mediocre been.
Handelsblatt.com, February 19, 2019

For a long time, the Federal Republic was considered a pioneer in the energy transition. But meanwhile she only reaches mediocre - mainly because of the delayed phase-out of coal.
DIE ZEIT, December 10, 2018

VfL Bochum has been bobbing about for years mediocre the 2nd division around. And the fans are also at odds with one another. The BILD report.
BILD.de, July 5, 2019

The financially troubled FC Schalke 04 does not want in spite of great austerity constraints mediocre sink in.
GMX, July 23, 2020

Wind, rain and also the temperature will be the same in some places in North Rhine-Westphalia this weekend mediocre exceed. Guilt is a new storm low.
Day 24, February 15, 2020

Felix Magath (photo) wants to lead the Würzburger Kickers into the Bundesliga. “With average and mediocre i can't live
Transfermarkt.de, February 23, 2020

Despite the cup. In spite of mediocre in the Bundesliga.
BILD.de, June 11, 2020

More young people, even more senior citizens - a look at the population development in the district of Munich shows: The age structure depends mediocre lost.
Mercury, January 11, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • average: Mathematics Sum of the properties of different things divided by their number; approximate empirical value; Object or being with "normal" properties of its class; Process of cutting through; Mathematics, set theory: elements that belong to all initial sets
  • average value: Mean value of a series of measurements
  • Means: Method or tool; plural only: special financial resources; Short form of: Result of the averaging
  • Average: Mathematics: numerical value that lies in the middle between the minimum and maximum of a series of numbers
  • cut: Set theory is the intersection of two sets, i.e. the set of all two common elements (points, if they are point sets); Technology Drawing to scale representation of a cut surface of components (longitudinal section, cross section) going through the longitudinal or transverse axis; Medicine a cut, cut wound, furrow, or damage; the cut (for example hay); the trimmed, often colored outsides of a book's block of leaves; Paper pattern according to which the parts of a dress are cut .; Shape of the cut [for example cut of face]; Short form of average; Cutting the hair at the hairdresser's
  • arithmetic mean
  • Width dimension
  • average: Mathematics Sum of the properties of different things divided by their number; approximate empirical value; Object or being with "normal" properties of its class; Process of cutting through; Mathematics, set theory: elements that belong to all initial sets
  • Longitudinal section: Representation of a lengthwise or lengthwise cutting surface running through a body; cut leading to such cut surface
  • profile: Side view of a figure; Longitudinal section, cross-section or outline; characteristic appearance; Totality of distinctive properties; Notched structure of a tread; elongated component of indeterminate cross-section; descriptive data of a user of a computer application
  • Cross: Location / Course, where the course is intersected by something else
  • cross-section: planar section of a body at an angle of 90 ° to its longitudinal axis; as representative a selection / summary as possible from a whole
  • average: Mathematics Sum of the properties of different things divided by their number; approximate empirical value; Object or being with "normal" properties of its class; Process of cutting through; Mathematics, set theory: elements that belong to all initial sets
  • Mediocrity: upscale: mediocrity
  • mediocrity
  • 08/15
  • All the world ...
  • Everyday ...
  • average: Mathematics Sum of the properties of different things divided by their number; approximate empirical value; Object or being with "normal" properties of its class; Process of cutting through; Mathematics, set theory: elements that belong to all initial sets
  • Dozen goods (derogatory, fig.)
  • Home cooking (fig.): simple, hearty food
  • Zero eight fifteen
  • Plain vanilla (technical jargon)
  • default: something familiar, established, widespread; Industry-binding guideline, which aims to ensure that products from different manufacturers are compatible with one another or interoperable. - see DIN, ISO; Football, sport: short for standard situation
  • generally: all over; all budding; unspecific
  • everyday: without particularity; so normal that it is part of everyday life; related to everyday life
  • banal: without great demands; easy to accomplish, execute
  • cheap: originally appropriate (just and fair); having a low price or low cost; derogatory inferior quality; pejorative unimaginative, unimaginative (for example a film)
  • average: on average; corresponding to the average, representing it, in the manner of the average; not remarkable, mediocre, modest; normal, general, in general
  • easy: not difficult; not repeated; not expensive, luxurious; nothing special; usually; unimportant; without nontrivial normal divisors; reinforces and emphasizes a statement
  • common: originally: having a property that several had in common; condescending: easy; derogatory: vulgar and the like; pointed (especially in children's language): nasty, schofel
  • usually: as is usually or always under these circumstances; within the norm; Colloquially, in relation to persons: being of low upbringing
  • are in abundance
  • commercially available (fig.): as it is usually handled on the market or in this market segment; the way it is normal and easy to buy in the market
  • mediocre: neither good nor bad, average
  • mediocre (coll.): joking: mediocre, not outstanding
  • nothing special
  • normal: without increasing existing (social, scientific, medical, subjectively experienced) norms; corresponding to similar events over longer periods of time; usually; without increase, math: at right angles / orthogonally
  • zero eight fifteen: ordinary, nothing special
  • vulgar: not unusual or even extraordinary, but quite normal; disregarding social norms
  • profane: everyday, common; worldly, not holy, not ecclesiastical
  • plain: simple, smooth, not complex
  • disgraceful: despicable, pathetic, mean; insulting, humiliating, indecent, hurtful
  • serial: Production: standard; Music: in order (in the composition); Computer science: one after the other (in processing); Electrical engineering: one after the other (circuit structure)
  • stinknormal (coll.)
  • off the shelf (fig.)
  • present everywhere

Another word (synonym) for mediocrity - Source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary containing "mediocrity":

mediocre:… [ˌMeˈdi̯oːkɐ] Meaning of the word / definition: 1) educational language,: the average, not exceeding the mediocrity; neither particularly good nor bad ...

medium: ... Word combinations: ~ for purpose Derived words: means, poorly, poor, mediocre, mediocre, mean Translations English: 1) tool ...

Mediocrity: Average, Mediocre, Standard, Usual, Norm, Conventional, Moderate, Poor Derived Words: medioker Translations English: mediocrity French: médiocrité (female) Spanish: mediocridad (female)

tretton på dussinet:… Gå tretton på dussinet: the term denotes someone or something who does not go beyond mediocrity; en sådan som det går tretton på dussinet: from someone twelve go ...

Mediocrity:… IPA: [ˈmɪtl̩ˌmaːsə] Grammatical features: nominative plural of the noun Mittel Maß Genitive plural of the noun Mittel Maß Accusative plural of the noun…


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