Definition of bog-standard in English:

bog-standard

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adjective

British informal , derogatory
Ordinary or basic: a bog-standard PC
More example sentences
  • Vodka used to come in two basic types: bog-standard, taste-free and British-distilled, and east-European and Scandinavian, which were more flavoursome.
  • The first piece offered for correction, for example, is called War and Consequences, a dull, bog-standard anti-war piece, which really ought to be put in the trash, not edited.
  • It featured a bog-standard list of frozen desserts, of which Gav picked the chocolate bombe to share with Jen and I went for the chocolate cake, all of which came to £7.50.

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