Definition of standart
1. standard [ a ] conforming to or constituting a standard of measurement or value; or of the usual or regularized or accepted kind
Examples: "windows of standard width" "standard sizes" "the standard fixtures" "standard brands" "standard operating procedure"
(Frank Getlein and Harold C. Gardiner, S.J., Movies,...)
Overnight , for_one_thing , Porter 's film multiplied the standard running_time of movies by ten .
One reel - from eight to twelve minutes - became the standard length from the year of Robbery , 1903 , until Griffith shattered that limit forever with Birth_of_a_Nation in 1915 .
Each scene is shot straight through , as had been the universal custom , from a camera fixed in a single position , but in the outdoor scenes , especially in the capture and destruction of the outlaws , Porter 's camera position breaks , necessarily , with the camera position standard until then , which had been , roughly , that of a spectator in a center orchestra seat at a play .
(Francis J. Johnston and John E. Willard, "The...)
In a_few experiments the tubes were made from standard 6 mm. i.d. Pyrex tubing of 1 mm. wall thickness .
(A. N. Nagaraj and L. M. Black, "Localization of...)
The light_beam from the lamp was filtered through a half standard thickness Corning 1840 filter .Synonyms standard Related Terms nonstandard regular standardised standardized regulation stock normative modular normal measure measure
2. standard [ n ] the ideal in terms of which something can be judged
Examples: "they live by the standards of their community"
(Randall Stewart, "A Little History, a Little Honesty: A...)
But people can n't be made to integrate , socialize ( the two are inseparable by Southern standards ) by law .
(R. F. Shaw, "The `Private Eye`"...)
If the detective insists upon retaining his personal standards , he must now do so in conscious defiance of his society .
(87th Congress, 1st Session. Congressional Record....)
Mr._Dryfoos ' outstanding career as a journalist guarantees that the high standards which have made the Times one of the world 's great newspapers will be maintained .
(The Department of State: A Fresh Look at the...)
That means that , if we are to achieve a new standard of leadership , we must think in_terms_of the total context of our situation .
(Jesse W. Grimes and Wesley Allinsmith, "Compuls...)
Children scoring high in compulsivity were those who gave evidence of tension or emotionality in situations where there was lack of organization or conformity to standards and expectations , or who made exaggerated efforts to achieve these goals .Synonyms standard criterion Related Terms ideal control_condition design_criteria standardize
3. standard [ n ] a basis for comparison; a reference point against which other things can be evaluated
Examples: "they set the measure for all subsequent work"
(Philip Reaves, "Who Rules the Marriage Bed?"...)
The meekest , most submissive wife of today is a tiger by her mother 's or grandmother 's standards .
(Gibson Winter, The Suburban Captivity of the...)
Since American life is committed above_all to productivity and a higher standard of economic life , the countervailing forces of residential and religious exclusiveness have fought a desperate , rearguard action against the expanding interdependence of the metropolis .
(Irving Fineman, Woman of Valor: The Life of Henrietta...)
And just as `` Laurie '' Lawrence was first attracted to bright Jo_March , who found him immature by her high standards , and_then had to content himself with her younger sister Amy , so Joe_Jastrow , who had also been writing Henrietta before he came to Johns_Hopkins , had_to content himself with her younger sister , pretty Rachel .
(1961 Research Highlights of the National Bureau of...)
In_addition to the basic programs in wavelength standards , spectroscopy , solid_state physics , interactions of the free electron and atomic constants which are necessary to provide the foundation for technological progress , the Bureau has strengthened its activities in laboratory astrophysics .
The programs in infrared spectroscopy are undergoing reorientation toward wavelength standards in the far infrared , the application of infrared techniques to solid_state studies , and increased emphasis on high resolution instrumentation .Synonyms standard criterion touchstone measure Related Terms reference_point scale norm baseline yardstick standard_of_measurement gpa benchmark medium_of_exchange standardize
4. standard [ a ] commonly used or supplied
Examples: "standard procedure" "standard car equipment"
(Frank Getlein and Harold C. Gardiner, S.J., Movies,...)
The `` chase '' as a standard film device probably dates_from The_Great_Train_Robbery , and there is a reason for the continued popularity of the device .
(Jay C. Harris and John R. Van Wazer, "Detergent...)
Harris has indicated that two devices , the Launder-Ometer and Terg-O-Tometer are most widely used for rapid detergent testing , and he has listed the commercially available standard soiled fabrics .
(Evan Esar, Humorous English; a guide to comic ,...)
When radio came_in , it continued the misplaced modifier in its routines as a standard device .Synonyms standard Related Terms common
5. standard [ a ] established or widely recognized as a model of authority or excellence
Examples: "a standard reference work"
(High Fidelity, 11:10...)
Any alteration of one of these factors is distortion , although we generally use that word only for effects so pronounced that they can be stated quantitatively on the basis of standard tests .Synonyms standard Related Terms nonstandard basic classic authoritative casebook accepted criterial orthodox
6. standard [ a ] regularly and widely used or sold
Examples: "a standard size" "a stock item"
7. standard [ n ] the value behind the money in a monetary systemSynonyms monetary_standard standard Related Terms value gold_standard silver_standard bimetallism standardize
8. standard [ n ] an upright pole or beam (especially one used as a support)
Examples: "distance was marked by standards every mile" "lamps supported on standards provided illumination"
9. Standard [ n ] Last name, frequency rank in the U.S. is 9388Synonyms Standard
10. standard [ a ] (linguistics) conforming to the established language usage of educated native speakers
Examples: "standard English" (American) "received standard English is sometimes called the King's English" (British)
11. standard [ n ] a board measure = 1980 board feetSynonyms standard Related Terms volume_unit standardize
12. standard [ n ] any distinctive flagSynonyms standard Related Terms flag oriflamme
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