so so

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English - Turkish
şöyle böyle
fena değil
eh işte
idare eder
pek iyi değil
öyle öyle
meso
(Argo) Mercedes
so-so
şöyle böyle
meso
ara
meso
mezo

Mezosferdeki sıcaklıklar yükseklik arttıkça yaklaşık -100 derece Celsius'a düşer. - Temperatures in the mesosphere drop with increasing altitude to about -100 degrees C.

En eski uygarlıklar Mezopotamya'da ortaya çıktı. - The earliest civilizations arose in Mesopotamia.

meso
ikincil
meso
(Tıp) Arasında (orta)
meso
orta

Örneğin Orta Doğu'nun Orta Amerika'dan daha önemli olduğunu sana düşündürten şey ne? - What makes you think the Middle East is more important than Mesoamerica, for instance?

En eski uygarlıklar Mezopotamya'da ortaya çıktı. - The earliest civilizations arose in Mesopotamia.

meso
(Tıp) Periton bağı, zar askı, meso (mezo)
soso
ne iyi ne kötü
soso
sıradan
soso
vasat
soso
şöyle böyle
soso
orta karar
English - English
mediocre, average, nothing special
Neither good nor bad; tolerable, passable, indifferent

The dessert was pretty good, but the meal was so-so.

Neither very well nor very poorly

He performed so-so during the tryouts, and the coach was undecided whether to add him to the team or not.

meso
Also used adjectively
meso
A combining form denoting in the middle, intermediate; denoting a type of hydrocarbons which are regarded as methenyl derivatives
so-so
If you say that something is so-so, you mean that it is average in quality, rather than being very good or very bad. Their lunch was only so-so = average. neither very good nor very bad = average
so-so
in an acceptable (but not outstanding) manner; "she plays tennis tolerably"
so-so
neither good nor bad; "an indifferent performance"; "a gifted painter but an indifferent actor"; "her work at the office is passable"; "a so-so golfer"; "feeling only so-so"; "prepared a tolerable dinner"; "a tolerable working knowledge of French"
soso
Tolerably; passably
soso
Neither very good nor very bad; middling; passable; tolerable; indifferent
so so

    Turkish pronunciation

    sō sō

    Pronunciation

    /ˈsō ˈsō/ /ˈsoʊ ˈsoʊ/

    Etymology

    [ 'sO, esp before adj or adv ] (adverb.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English swA; akin to Old High German sO so, Latin sic so, thus, si if, Greek hOs so, thus, Latin suus one's own; more at SUICIDE.

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