Definition of 'so-so'
Example sentences containing 'so-so'
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Your deeper understanding of love turns a so-so relationship into a special one. The Sun (2007)And love goes from so-so to sensational. The Sun (2013)You feel emotionally secure and can transform a so-so relationship into a more rewarding one. The Sun (2009)The moon of love upgrades a relationship from so-so to special. The Sun (2012)Being sure of your feelings turns a so-so relationship into a really rewarding one. The Sun (2009)True commitment makes a so-so relationship very special and plans and promises made during a meal will mean so much. The Sun (2014) Love goes from so-so to special. The Sun (2016)A so-so time in love will change into something stronger and more rewarding. The Sun (2012)A quiet conversation tonight could transform a so-so relationship into something wonderful. The Sun (2008)Since then, two so-so albums have seen their star fade. The Sun (2011)Now trust is rebuilt, love goes from so-so to special. The Sun (2013)In love matters, talking from the heart can make a so-so relationship a wonderful one. The Sun (2014)Fiery Mars can turn a so-so relationship into a special one. The Sun (2012)There's a lot of action in your marriage chart and a so-so relationship turns into a very special one. The Sun (2013)For a bonus, which cast member has he replaced for a month after good reviews but so-so ticket sales? Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'so-so'
British English: so-so /ˈsəʊˈsəʊ/ ADVERB
So-so means in an average or indifferent manner.
How's it going?--So-so.
- American English: so-so
- Arabic: بَيْـنَ بَيْـنَ
- Brazilian Portuguese: mais ou menos
- Chinese: 一般化
- Croatian: tako-tako
- Czech: jakž takž
- Danish: så som så
- Dutch: zozo
- European Spanish: así así
- Finnish: niin ja näin
- French: comme ci comme ça
- German: so la la
- Greek: έτσι κι έτσι
- Italian: così così
- Japanese: まあまあ
- Korean: 그럭저럭
- Norwegian: sånn passe
- Polish: tak sobie
- European Portuguese: mais ou menos
- Romanian: așa și așa
- Russian: так себе
- Spanish: así así
- Swedish: så där
- Thai: อย่างงั้นๆ แหละ
- Turkish: şöyle böyle
- Ukrainian: так собі
- Vietnamese: tàm tạm
Definition of so-so from the Collins English Dictionary
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