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poor-quality

  • 1 de deficiente calidad

    = poor-quality, of poor quality
    Ex. Not all paper was watermarked, especially during the later hand-press period when much poor-quality printing paper was made without any marks.
    Ex. What's worse, the office supplies peddled by these bogus firms often are overpriced and of poor quality.
    * * *
    = poor-quality, of poor quality

    Ex: Not all paper was watermarked, especially during the later hand-press period when much poor-quality printing paper was made without any marks.

    Ex: What's worse, the office supplies peddled by these bogus firms often are overpriced and of poor quality.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de deficiente calidad

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