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  1. standard

    • IPA[ˈstandəd]

    英式

    • n.
      a level of quality or attainment;a required or agreed level of quality or attainment
    • adj.
      used or accepted as normal or average;(of a size, measure, design, etc.) regularly used or produced; not special or exceptional
    • noun: standard, plural noun: standards

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a level of quality or attainment:

      their restaurant offers a high standard of service

      the government's ambition to raise standards in schools

    • 2. a required or agreed level of quality or attainment:

      half of the beaches fail to comply with European standards

      their tap water was not up to standard

    • 3. (in elementary schools) a grade of proficiency tested by examination or the form or class preparing pupils for such a grade:

      she was still in boarding school and had twice repeated the same standard

    • 4. something used as a measure, norm, or model in comparative evaluations:

      the wages are low by today's standards

      the system had become an industry standard

    • 5. principles of conduct informed by notions of honour and decency:

      a decline in moral standards

    • 6. a form of language that is widely accepted as the usual form:

      the idea of the standard is projected backwards on to states of language

    • 7. the prescribed weight of fine metal in gold or silver coins:

      the sterling standard for silver

    • 8. a system by which the value of a currency is defined in terms of gold or silver or both.
    • 9. a measure for timber, equivalent to 165 cu. ft (4.67 cubic metres).
    • 10. (especially with reference to jazz or blues) a tune or song of established popularity.
    • 11. a military or ceremonial flag carried on a pole or hoisted on a rope.
    • 12. used in names of newspapers:

      a report in the Evening Standard

    • 13. a tree or shrub that grows on an erect stem of full height.
    • 14. a shrub grafted on an erect stem and trained in tree form:

      a standard rose

    • 15. the large, frequently erect uppermost petal of a papilionaceous flower.
    • 16. one of the inner petals of an iris flower, frequently erect.
    • 17. an upright water or gas pipe.
    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. used or accepted as normal or average:

      the standard rate of income tax

      it is standard practice in museums to register objects as they are acquired

    • 2. (of a size, measure, design, etc.) regularly used or produced; not special or exceptional:

      all these doors come in a range of standard sizes

    • 3. (of a work, repertoire, or writer) viewed as authoritative or of permanent value and so widely read or performed:

      his essays on the interpretation of reality became a standard text

    • 4. denoting or relating to the form of a language widely accepted as the usual correct form:

      speakers of standard English

    • 5. (of a tree or shrub) growing on an erect stem of full height:

      standard trees are useful for situations where immediate height is needed

    • 6. (of a shrub) grafted on an erect stem and trained in tree form:

      standard roses

    • n.
      the equipment that is generally supplied to individuals in a particular group, especially by the military to members of the armed forces:
    • the standard issue of the United States Army at the outbreak of the Civil War was the model 1855 Springfield rifle musket

      police made video cameras part of standard issue for all uniformed officers on the island

    • adj.
      provided as part of the basic equipment supplied to individuals in a group, especially by the military to members of the armed forces:
    • standard-issue khaki uniforms

      the standard-issue service rifle of the US military

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    • n.
      the basic equipment that is generally supplied to individuals in a particular group, especially by the military to members of the armed forces:
    • the standard issue of the United States Army at the outbreak of the Civil War was the model 1855 Springfield rifle musket

      police made video cameras part of standard issue for all uniformed officers on the island

    • adj.
      provided as part of the basic equipment supplied to individuals in a group, especially by the military to members of the armed forces:
    • standard-issue khaki uniforms

      their company's standard-issue laptops

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    • n. the system by which the value of a currency was defined in terms of gold, for which the currency could be exchanged. The gold standard was generally abandoned in the Depression of the 1930s.

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    • n. a soldier who is responsible for carrying the distinctive flag of a unit, regiment, or army.

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    • n. a soldier who is responsible for carrying the distinctive flag of a unit, regiment, or army.

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    • n. the system, abandoned in the Depression of the 1930s, by which the value of a currency was defined in terms of gold, for which the currency could be exchanged.

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    • adj. not average or usual:

    • people working non-standard hours

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    • n. a mathematical description of the elementary particles of matter and the electromagnetic, weak, and strong forces by which they interact.

    • people working non-standard hours

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    • IPA[ˈstandərd]

    美式

    • n.
      a level of quality or attainment:
    • their restaurant offers a high standard of service

      the governor's ambition to raise standards in schools

    • adj.
      used or accepted as normal or average:
    • the standard rate of income tax

      it is standard practice in museums to register objects as they are acquired

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