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  2. Standard Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

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    standard 2 of 2 adjective 1 a : constituting or conforming to a standard especially as established by law or custom standard weight b : sound and usable but not of top quality standard beef 2 a : regularly and widely used, available, or supplied standard automobile equipment b : well-established and very familiar the standard opera 3

  3. STANDARD | definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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    an official rule, unit of measurement, or way of operating that is used in a particular area of manufacturing or services: a common/a global/an international standard MP3 is a recognized global standard for audio encoding and compression. an accountancy / industry / legal standard.

  4. Standard Definition & Meaning | Dictionary.com

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    Definition of standard. noun. something considered by an authority or by general consent as a basis of comparison; an approved model. an object that is regarded as the usual or most common size or form of its kind: We stock the deluxe models as well as the standards.

  5. STANDARD | English meaning - Cambridge Dictionary

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    standard noun (USUAL) [ C usually singular ] a pattern or model that is generally accepted: This program is an industry standard for computers. [ C ] a song or other piece of music that has been popular and often played over a long period of time SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases standard noun (CAR) [ C ] US

  6. The Standard

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    The Standard is a marketing name for Standard Insurance Company (Portland, Oregon), licensed in all states except New York, and The Standard Life Insurance Company of New York (White Plains, New York), licensed only in New York. Products and availability vary by state and are solely the responsibility of the applicable insurance company.

  7. 225 Synonyms & Antonyms of STANDARD - Merriam-Webster

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    standard 1 of 2 noun Definition of standard 1 as in criterion something set up as an example against which others of the same type are compared the animation in that movie set the standard against which all later animated cartoons were judged Synonyms & Similar Words Relevance criterion benchmark metric measure rule norm example grade par yardstick

  8. (= average, established norm) → Norm f; (= criterion) → Maßstab m; (usu pl: = moral standards) → (sittliche) Maßstäbe pl; to set a good standard → Maßstäbe setzen; to be above/below standard → über/unter der Norm sein or liegen; to be up to standard → den Anforderungen genügen; his (moral) standards are abysmally low → er hat eine erschreckend niedere Moral; to conform to society’s standards → den Wertvorstellungen der Gesellschaft entsprechen; he sets himself very ...

  9. What is another word for standard? | Standard Synonyms ...

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    Used or accepted as normal or average Of recognized authority Of a satisfactory or acceptable quality … more Adjective Used or accepted as normal or average normal usual customary stock typical regular average common ordinary set conventional everyday prevailing popular routine accustomed characteristic commonplace established expected general

  10. The Standard Group Plc is a multi-media organization with investments in media platforms spanning newspaper print operations, television, radio broadcasting, digital and online services.

  11. Contact Us | The Standard

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    The Standard is a marketing name for Standard Insurance Company (Portland, Oregon), licensed in all states except New York, and The Standard Life Insurance Company of New York (White Plains, New York), licensed only in New York. Products and availability vary by state and are solely the responsibility of the applicable insurance company.