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on par meaning

  "on par" in a sentence
  • [American idiom]
    equal to someone or something.
    Your effort is simply not on par with what's expected from you.
    These two reports are right on par.

  • [American slang]
    equal to someone or something.
      Your effort is simply not on par with what's expected from you.
      These two departments are right on par in productivity.

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  1. unfortunately, i have found that the documentation available is not always on par with the excellent tools
  2. i was pleased with the result and i would have rated the filtering on par with what a bored human assistant could do
  3. these encouraging results show that our graduates are on par with students from the best law schools in the world
  4. these encouraging results show that our graduates are on par with students from the best law schools in the world
  5. its advanced nuclear weapons on par with the us, and it could begin testing this year for deployment by the year 2002

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