so-so英 [ˈsəusəu] 美 [ˈsoˈso]
1. How are you today I`m fine/super/ great /so-so!
2. My English is just so-so.
3. The most honorable sage by your Confucian is so-so in my eyes.
4. But my friend Jason said it looked just so-so on me so I didn't buy it.
但是，我的朋友 Jason 说，我穿上只是一般而已，所以我没买
5. It was just so-so on the software side.
6. But my friend Mary said it looked just so-so on me, so I didn't buy it.
7. For example, my classmate Wang Wei doesn't do well in study although he has tried his best.
8. One 慈 two 俭s three dare not to let good man whole life so-so Anne first for the world.
9. If I give you this privilege, how can I work as the director of the factory?
10. And the action wasokay. But it wasn't really worth paying seven dollars for a ticket.
11. Is just so-so and light......
12. The first is just so-so, and so is the second one.
13. B:But to me, he's just so-so.
14. I like maths, but my English is just so-so.
15. He not only charged me highly, but also repaired so-so.
16. Some person, of love, is so-so and light!
17. Fine, and you? Just so-so.
18. In mid-summer, it can be hot and the fishing so-so, just like it is anywhere.
19. Gordon: Only so-so, and you?
20. Or do we have to manage to receive the arrangement by the high level official to lead a so-so life because our ability is not enough?
If you say that something is so-so, you mean that it is average in quality, rather than being very good or very bad.
e.g. Their lunch was only so-so...
e.g. Sommers performed a flute solo a few weeks ago that got so-so reviews.
1. in an acceptable (but not outstanding) manner
e.g. she plays tennis tolerably