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adjective & adverb
(in answer to a question) neither very good nor very bad; so-so.
- ‘Sometimes it's "comme ci, comme ça" and sometimes it's very personal.’
- ‘How goes the battle, you ask, well comme ci comme ça, sometimes good, sometimes not so good.’
- ‘Overall, it's comme ci, comme ça.’
French, literally ‘like this, like that’.
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