not to my standards

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zhonglin

Senior Member
Mandarin
Hi Folks,

If someone has high standards on something, for example a chef who has high standards on food, can the chef say "this dish is not very good to my standards"
 
  • Barque

    Banned
    Tamil
    That sounds more pompous than "up to".:)

    More seriously, "meet" is correct too but between the two, it sounds more formal.
     
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