Translation of criterion in Spanish:

criterion

criterio, n.

Pronunciation /ˌkraɪˈtɪriən//krʌɪˈtɪərɪən/

noun

  • 1

    criterio masculine
    • One of the main criteria the youth must meet for the camp is to have a business plan or idea.
    • Unless you decide that for some reason it is better to judge by other criteria.
    • There are certain criteria which groups must meet to apply for the grants to be eligible.
    • Only then can we reach the standardised criterion of economic growth and prosperity.
    • The country needs not just guidelines on care but criteria that are set solidly.
    • They were selected to take part on the basis of criteria laid down by the Education Department.
    • This is one of the principles stated in the criteria for excellence in assessment.
    • These contractors will be required to meet criteria to be eligible for a permit.
    • There will also be a review of all existing holders to make sure they meet the new criteria.
    • It eludes me as to how the various blogs will be judged and under what criteria.
    • They join by invitation only and must meet certain criteria before they will be admitted.
    • Clearly the rules and the criteria by which the licensing panel are working are deeply flawed.
    • He says that, in any case, there is little new in broadening the criteria for selection.
    • In addition, sites are selected as suitable only if they meet demanding criteria.
    • Judged on those criteria, the tour is undoubtedly a flop of monumental proportions.
    • The problem is there are no clear guidelines as to what the criteria should be.
    • The one criteria is that they must be active, whether in sport or other types of health and fitness.
    • In some circumstances it is difficult to make economic criteria apply even in principle.
    • Performance is the only criterion by which a team chasing greatness can judge itself.
    • That is the criterion or standard by which the arbitrator is to be guided.