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.
References in periodicals archive ?
Summary: New Delhi [India], July 5 (ANI): Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said on Friday that multiple labour laws will be streamlined into four labour codes to standardise registration and to reduce disputes.
The UK's consultation on legislation to standardise packaging for tobacco closed over nine months ago and the Government is yet to produce its response.
Motorsport's world governing body dropped a bombshell 10 days ago when they opened a tender process to standardise both engines and transmissions from 2010 through to 2013.

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