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standardisation

Definitions

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  • noun Alternative spelling of standardization.

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  • noun the imposition of standards or regulations
  • noun the act of checking or adjusting (by comparison with a standard) the accuracy of a measuring instrument
  • noun the condition in which a standard has been successfully established

Etymologies

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standardise +‎ -ation

Examples

  • Some adjustments needed to be made to final marks as part of the annual "standardisation" process.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • 2 However, the central concern driving the idea of standardisation is the frequent gaps and variations between evidence and practice.

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  • It is "standardisation", assuming everyone should be the same shape and that everyone finds that same shape attractive.

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  • It is "standardisation", assuming everyone should be the same shape and that everyone finds that same shape attractive.

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  • In response to the "standardisation" of university entrance, which discriminated heavily in favour of Sinhala students, Tamil youth became radicalised.

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  • The idea of 'simplifying' the English written language has been hawked about by a deluded few, ever since any kind of standardisation in spelling was introduced.

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  • "standardisation" of all infantry units in France was quite genuine; but unimaginative men in authority could make "standardisation" a burden to the spirit, and the picture of some men of this class, which is painted in A.P. Herbert's novel.

    The Seventh Manchesters July 1916 to March 1919

  • 'standardisation' will happen in the higher end space.

    Atomic

  • Politis said High & Mighty was also trying to work with suppliers on standardisation, to overcome a nagging problem – the wide disparities in manufacturers 'definitions of "XL".

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  • There are intrinsic differences between English and Romance languages that militate against complete standardisation of the English language; the formation of compound nouns and the associated use of hyphens is a case in point; so is the formation of phrasal verbs, which come, change, and go away as fashion demands.

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