(adjective) for (something)

When you say that it's "cold for March", it means that the weather is colder than March days usually are.

You can say that something is "___ for ___" whenever you want to compare it to other items in a similar group. For example:

It's a good value for the price.

You speak Korean well for an American.

The atmosphere of St. Laurent's is surprisingly down-to-earth for such a traditional French restaurant.

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