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Top Definition. Bog Standard. adj. Completely, utterly, absolutely ordinary in every way. British slang. "Dave drives a totally bog standard Escort. Not even aircon.

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Mar 27, 2015 ... The Oxford English Dictionary describes “bog standard” as: “slang (depreciative, chiefly Brit.). Ordinary, basic, standard without extra features or ...

Bog-standard | Definition of Bog-standard by Merriam-Webster


Define bog-standard: having no special or interesting qualities : average — bog- standard in a sentence. ... Will 'Kompromat' Make It into the Dictionary?

bog-standard Definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary


bog-standard definition, meaning, what is bog-standard: completely ordinary, without anything special added: . Learn more.

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DICTIONARY · THESAURUS · GRAMMAR · GRAMMAR A-Z · SPELLING ... Definition of bog-standard in English: ... Ordinary or basic: 'a bog-standard PC'.

bog-standard | Definition, meaning & more | Collins Dictionary


If you describe something as bog-standard you mean that is an ordinary example of its kind, with no exciting or interesting features. [British, informal ...

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