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par for the course


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Originally a phrase used in golf.


predictable, typical, usual


Adjective par for the course (not generally comparable, comparative more par for the course, superlative most par for the course) (idiomatic) To be expected; normal; common. It took a long time to finish, but that's par for the course on a project like this.


par for the course

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