standardise


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standardise


Past participle: standardised
Gerund: standardising

Imperative
standardise
standardise
Present
I standardise
you standardise
he/she/it standardises
we standardise
you standardise
they standardise
Preterite
I standardised
you standardised
he/she/it standardised
we standardised
you standardised
they standardised
Present Continuous
I am standardising
you are standardising
he/she/it is standardising
we are standardising
you are standardising
they are standardising
Present Perfect
I have standardised
you have standardised
he/she/it has standardised
we have standardised
you have standardised
they have standardised
Past Continuous
I was standardising
you were standardising
he/she/it was standardising
we were standardising
you were standardising
they were standardising
Past Perfect
I had standardised
you had standardised
he/she/it had standardised
we had standardised
you had standardised
they had standardised
Future
I will standardise
you will standardise
he/she/it will standardise
we will standardise
you will standardise
they will standardise
Future Perfect
I will have standardised
you will have standardised
he/she/it will have standardised
we will have standardised
you will have standardised
they will have standardised
Future Continuous
I will be standardising
you will be standardising
he/she/it will be standardising
we will be standardising
you will be standardising
they will be standardising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been standardising
you have been standardising
he/she/it has been standardising
we have been standardising
you have been standardising
they have been standardising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been standardising
you will have been standardising
he/she/it will have been standardising
we will have been standardising
you will have been standardising
they will have been standardising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been standardising
you had been standardising
he/she/it had been standardising
we had been standardising
you had been standardising
they had been standardising
Conditional
I would standardise
you would standardise
he/she/it would standardise
we would standardise
you would standardise
they would standardise
Past Conditional
I would have standardised
you would have standardised
he/she/it would have standardised
we would have standardised
you would have standardised
they would have standardised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.standardise - evaluate by comparing with a standard
appraise, assess, evaluate, valuate, value, measure - evaluate or estimate the nature, quality, ability, extent, or significance of; "I will have the family jewels appraised by a professional"; "access all the factors when taking a risk"
2.standardise - cause to conform to standard or norm; "The weights and measures were standardized"
gauge - adapt to a specified measurement; "gauge the instruments"
govern, regularise, regularize, regulate, order - bring into conformity with rules or principles or usage; impose regulations; "We cannot regulate the way people dress"; "This town likes to regulate"
Translations
يُوَحِّد المَعايير والمَقاييس
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standard

(ˈstӕndəd) noun
1. something used as a basis of measurement. The kilogram is the international standard of weight.
2. a basis for judging quality, or a level of excellence aimed at, required or achieved. You can't judge an amateur artist's work by the same standards as you would judge that of a trained artist; high standards of behaviour; His performance did not reach the required standard.
3. a flag or carved figure etc fixed to a pole and carried eg at the front of an army going into battle.
adjective
(accepted as) normal or usual; The Post Office likes the public to use a standard size of envelope.
ˈstandardize, ˈstandardise verb
to make or keep (eg products) of one size, shape etc for the sake of convenience etc.
ˌstandardiˈzation, ˌstandardiˈsation noun
ˈstandard-bearer noun
a person who carries a standard or banner.
be up to / below standard
to (fail to) achieve the required standard. Her work is well up to standard.
standard of living
the level of comfort and welfare achieved in any particular society.