Fluctuate vs. sometimes good and sometimes bad vs. feast or famine

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jokaec

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Chinese - Hong Kong
His restaurant business is "fluctuating" or "sometimes good and sometimes bad" or "feast or famine".

Are they correct and basically the same? If so, which one is the best? Thank you!
 
  • PaulQ

    Banned
    UK
    English - England
    It depends on the context, and you have given none.
    They are not "basically the same."
     
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