mediocarpal me·di·o·car·pal (mē’dē-ō-kär’pəl)
[mee-dee-ok-ruh-see] /ˌmi diˈɒk rə si/ noun, plural mediocracies. 1. government or rule by a mediocre person or group. noun a system where mediocracy is approved; a government by mediocre rulers Word Origin mediocre + -ocracy ‘government’
[mee-dee-oh-kris] /ˌmi diˈoʊ krɪs/ adjective, Meteorology. 1. (of a cumulus cloud) of medium height and often lacking a distinctive summit.
[mee-dee-oh-ker] /ˌmi diˈoʊ kər/ adjective 1. of only ordinary or moderate quality; neither good nor bad; barely adequate: The car gets only mediocre mileage, but it’s fun to drive. Synonyms: undistinguished, commonplace, pedestrian, everyday; run-of-the-mill. Antonyms: extraordinary, superior, uncommon, incomparable. 2. not satisfactory; poor; inferior: Mediocre construction makes that building dangerous. Synonyms: meager, low-quality, second-rate; […]
[mee-dee-ok-ri-tee] /ˌmi diˈɒk rɪ ti/ noun, plural mediocrities. 1. the state or quality of being . 2. ability or accomplishment. 3. a person. /ˌmiːdɪˈɒkrɪtɪ; ˌmɛd-/ noun (pl) -ties 1. the state or quality of being mediocre 2. a mediocre person or thing n. early 15c., “moderation; intermediate state or amount,” from Middle French médiocrité and […]