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    are these sentence correct

    1) His standard of lousy restaurant is actually an upscale restaurant.
    2) His defination of lousy restaurant is actually an upscale restaurant for many people.


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    Re: are these sentence correct

    Quote Originally Posted by scott833 View Post
    1) His standard of lousy restaurant is actually an upscale restaurant.
    2) His defination of lousy restaurant is actually an upscale restaurant for many people.

    His definition of "a lousy restaurant" is "an upscale restaurant."

    To him, an upscale restaurant is a lousy restaurant.

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