This really doesn't sound idiomatic, Esad Nr. Here is a normal way to express the idea: The team performed badly.1) The team played with/in very bad performance.
What does this mean? Aleay is not an English word.2) These engines are aleay
Can I say "These engines are of high quality"? Or "These engines are of a high quality"?Thank you.
If you want to use a preposition in a remark about the quality of engines, use of: These are engines of high quality.
It is probably more common to use this version: These are high-quality engines.