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goodish

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Pronunciation: /ˈɡʊdɪʃ
 
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Definition of goodish in English:

adjective

1Fairly good: a goodish performance
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  • There are some decent private schools around, and a fair number of goodish universities, at least in terms of working conditions, and they do occasionally provide their foreign employees with reasonable accommodation.
  • However I have been given a large number of old books recently and also have a goodish choice from work, so book buying has been sparse recently.
  • ‘His next run will on a right-handed track, which is flat and has goodish ground’, said trainer, Jessica Harrington.
1.1Fairly large: a goodish portion
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  • Ford expected modest sales but a goodish profit from its new product.

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