Traducción de mediocrity en Español:

mediocrity

mediocridad, n.

Pronunciación /ˌmidiˈɑkrədi//miːdɪˈɒkrɪti/

nombre

  • 1

    (quality)
    mediocridad femenino
    medianía femenino
    • We have reduced all and everything to the level of mediocrity so that nothing and no-one stands out or is in any way offended.
    • He hated mediocrity and always strived for perfection and excellence.
    • But he may well have chosen the wrong ship to board with his undoubtedly quality brand of mediocrity.
    • The opening half was a dire affair with the standard of hurling never rising above mediocrity.
    • Is St Lucia doomed forever to be an island synonymous with mediocrity?
    • Why, too, are most of us afraid to excel, settling instead for mediocrity?
    • Now imagine sitting there for almost two hours of cinematic mediocrity.
    • History teaches that we are not only tolerant of mediocrity - we thrive on it.
    • In truth the game never rose above mediocrity, as Dingle and Crokes struggled to find their range.
    • Neither realms are renowned for rewarding mediocrity and underachievement.
    • You see, he's a talented and driven composer and director who loathes mediocrity above everything else.
    • He gave six reasons for its increasing tendency toward mediocrity and irrelevance.
    • He survived on mediocrity, excelling at little but being passable at most things.
    • These problems allowed mediocrity to rise too often to the top.
    • Overall it was a well contested game but it never rose above mediocrity with Rangers just about deserving their win.
    • Such practices create real grievances, encourage mediocrity, and are bound to inflame sectarian resentment.
    • He may not be the best actor, but his charm and charisma help him elevate any role above mediocrity.
    • The enduring struggle to provide mediocrity for all continues.
    • I'm supposed to be celebrating mediocrity here, but to be honest it's getting a little boring.
    • A high finish is usually followed by a slip towards mediocrity.
  • 2

    (person)
    mediocre femenino
    • Virtually all those who have achieved prominence or notoriety have been exposed as mediocrities and rank scoundrels.
    • He shot almost everyone who was intelligent and thereby ensured that the surviving mediocrities would manage to lose an empire within 40 years of his death.
    • Much as it may disappoint the flop of mediocrities who have decided to pursue power in Edinburgh, the Scottish executive was not created to be a national government.
    • Professional mediocrities waste time, energy and breath.
    • This is just the scenario the mediocrities were praying for.
    • Putting it bluntly, we don't want heroes we can admire; we want mediocrities with whom we can identify.
    • But that would make him no different than 10,000 other mediocrities in academia in many other fields.
    • And it allows low-performing mediocrities to get promoted over and over and over.
    • And if the system is only capable of producing failures and mediocrities, with the occasional good bishop slipping through the cracks, then there must be a reform in the system.
    • Neville, who surrounded himself with mediocrities and yes men, followed a policy of appeasement after he was pushed into the top job in 1937.
    • First, the system's best teachers will resent being treated like robots and are likely to leave, while the mediocrities will follow orders.
    • Ambitious mediocrities can be counted on to throw dirt on their betters.
    • Top academic salaries in Australia for those who are the outstanding performers are far too low, while mediocrities and worse are rewarded beyond their deserts.
    • They seemed a drab assortment of mediocrities.
    • Insignificant in herself, she stands as a cipher for the famous mediocrities of our time, and they are legion.
    • Think of the many mediocrities that go through education programs and end up teaching.
    • You can't take power from mediocrities because they work 24 hours a day to keep what they have.
    • We end up with duds, mediocrities and second raters - the kind of people who have wasted such a scandalous amount of public money building the new Scottish parliament.
    • How else would so many mediocrities get into high places?
    • And what sorts of bland mediocrities will end up on the courts?