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par1 British & World English

The number of strokes a first-class player should normally require for a particular hole or course

par2 British & World English

A paragraph

par- British & World English

Variant spelling of para- shortened before a vowel or h (as in paraldehyde, parody, parhelion).

par English Thesaurus

the team's performances have been consistently below par

par New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

standard number of golf strokes;

para-1 British & World English

Beside; adjacent to

par- in para-1 British & World English

Beside; adjacent to

paragraph New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

distinct section of a text, indicated by a new line, indentation, or numbering

mint par British & World English

The ratio between the gold equivalents of currency in two countries

above par British & World English

Better (or worse) than is usual or expected

par avion British & World English

By airmail (written on a letter or parcel to indicate how it is to reach its destination)

par value British & World English

The nominal value of a bond, share of stock, or a coupon as indicated in writing on the document or specified by charter

up to par British & World English

At an expected or usual quality

par excellence British & World English

Better or more than all others of the same kind

par excellence New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

better or more than all others

on a par with British & World English

Equal in importance or quality to

par for the course British & World English

What is normal or expected in any given circumstances

above par in par1 British & World English

Better (or worse) than is usual or expected

up to par in par1 British & World English

At an expected or usual quality

on a par with in par1 British & World English

Equal in importance or quality to

above or below or under par in par1 British & World English

Better (or worse) than is usual or expected

below par in par English Thesaurus

the team's performances have been consistently below par

par for the course in par1 British & World English

What is normal or expected in any given circumstances

par of exchange in par1 British & World English

The recognized value of one country’s currency in terms of another’s

up to par in par English Thesaurus

those students whose grades are up to par

on a par with in par English Thesaurus

a degree of training on a par with the best cathedral choirs England has to offer

par for the course in par English Thesaurus

long hours are par for the course in catering


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