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run-of-the-mill
American English: /ˈˌrən ə(v) ðə ˈmɪl/
British English: /ˌrʌnəvðəˈmɪl/

Translation of run-of-the-mill in Spanish:

adjective predicative run of the mill

  • (job/car)
    común or normal y corriente
    corriente y moliente (Spain)
    (acting/singing)
    mediocre
    nada destacado
    Example sentences
    • His best performance before winning the Open was finishing sixth in an ordinary run-of-the-mill tournament.
    • It is something a little bit unusual, you know, not their normal run-of-the-mill investigation, I would have thought.
    • She later considered getting a run-of-the-mill job working for a male boss in a big company.

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