standard

n.

1) to establish, set a standard

2) to apply a standard

3) to adhere to, maintain a standard

4) to lower; raise standards/ a standard (to raise the standard of living; to raise academic standards)

5) to abandon a standard (the gold standard was abandoned)

6) a high; low standard

7) a double standard (to apply a double standard)

8) the gold standard (to go off the gold standard)

9) a living standard (or: a standard of living)

10) academic, scholastic standards

11) on a standard (on a gold standard)

* * *
['stændəd]
low standard
maintain a standard
scholastic standards
set a standard
raise standards/ a standard (to raise the standard of living; to raise academic standards)
a high
academic
to adhere to
to apply a standard
to establish
to lower
on a standard (on a gold standard)
a living standard (or: a standard of living)
to abandon a standard (the gold standard was abandoned)
a double standard (to apply a double standard)
the gold standard (to go off the gold standard)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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