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To be up to the mark


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To be up to the mark means to be in very good health or to be up to the requisite standards.

Sample Usage

1. The other staff could make out from his pale complexion that Rakesh was just not up to the mark since morning.

2. Although the boss gave Rakesh the responsibility of the project, he did not seem to be up to the mark at all.


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