Idiom: up to par
— Their customer service is no longer up to par so we switched to another company.
— I’m sorry, but your singing isn’t up to par with the rest of the group so we’ve got to find someone else.
— Can you please redo this flower arrangement? It's not up to par.
— What's going on with your grades? They weren't up to par this semester.
— My performance wasn't up to par so I got cut from the team.
— The survey shows the seminar wasn't up to par but we did get some good feedback on how we can make improvements.
— Who did this translation? It's not up to par and needs further revision.
— Ugh. My sales performance is not up to par this month and my manager is going to make me work overtime.
— I know our figures are not up to par but it's entirely because of the pandemic.
— The cleanliness of the office is not up to par. We never should have switched cleaning companies.
— His batting average has not been up to par since his operation. I wonder if he'll ever get back to his old form.
— I've stopped buying cappuccinos at Starbucks because their drinks are no longer up to par. Every time they use a different amount of milk.
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