Translation of standard in Spanish:


nivel, n.

Pronunciation /ˈstændərd//ˈstandəd/


  • 1

    • 1.1

      (level) nivel masculine
      (quality) calidad feminine
      your typing is not of the required standard tu mecanografía no está al nivel de lo que se exige
      • the standard of acting was disappointing el nivel interpretativo fue decepcionante
      • the standard of education leaves much to be desired la calidad de la educación deja mucho que desear
      • her work is of a consistently high standard la calidad de su trabajo es siempre muy alta
      • I was appalled at their standard(s) of behavior su comportamiento me horrorizó
      • standard of living nivel de vida

    • 1.2(norm)

      the association sets standards for the conduct of its members la asociación impone ciertas normas de conducta a sus miembros
      • the standard(s) set by her parents lo que sus padres le exigen / esperan de ella
      • she sets impossibly high standards exige un estándar / nivel imposible de alcanzar
      • her work is not up to the standard set by … su trabajo no está a la altura / al nivel de lo exigido por …
      • the product was below standard el producto no era de la calidad requerida
      • the work is up to standard el trabajo es del nivel requerido / de la calidad requerida
      • It is likely that the sanitation system will not be maintained to required standards.
      • What kind of environmental protection standards will raise the overall quality of life for the people?
      • They choose to flout the safety and environmental standards required by the licensing system and observed by the great majority of the industry.
      • They are attempting to maintain a standard of safety by eliminating any potential dangers that cause people harm.
      • These goggles meet the applicable safety standards and requirements.
      • The potatoes will also have to meet minimum quality standards such as appearance and freedom from defects and plant diseases.
      • We expect hospitals to enforce strict standards of hygiene and cleanliness.
      • But so far, efforts to impose more rigorous academic standards on voucher schools have failed.
      • All currently manufactured vented gas heaters are required by industry safety standards to have a safety shut-off device.
      • All areas of learning were marked good quality and met the standards required.
      • Another feature of this bill is the implicit incentive to maintain a required level of safety standards.
      • A breach of duty defined by failure to exercise the required standard of care must have occurred.
      • These are consequences when directors fail to carry out required responsibilities with the required standards of conduct.
      • One thing we would ask is for funding to be provided to maintain the new facilities to the required standard.
      • Modern safety standards require shatterproof glass, which won't smash into sharp shards - but older furniture may well have plain glass.
      • The new FAA rules would ensure that any facility doing repairs on U.S. aircraft meets minimum safety standards.
      • New national air-quality standards which require regional councils to reduce air pollution come into effect today.
      • The new main entrance and shopping facilities will of course meet all the required fire safety standards.
      • The Clean Sports Act establishes strict, uniform standards for the prohibition of performance-enhancing drugs including steroids and amphetamines.
      • "These vehicles have to be built to very sturdy and stringent standards.

    • 1.3(official measure)

      estándar masculine

  • 2

    • 2.1(yardstick)

      they are applying 20th-century standards to the 16th century están aplicando criterios / parámetros del siglo XX al siglo XVI
      • the attacks have been brutal even by Mafia standards incluso para la mafia, los ataques han sido brutales
      • her performance was excellent by any / anybody's standards se mire por donde se mire / desde cualquier punto de vista su interpretación fue excelente
      • Ohio in particularly, has minimum wages set, but they are lower than the federal standard.
      • It manages to be both an industry standard, and a daring departure from the norm.
      • Each technique has been validated against laboratory standards and has been tested throughout the tropics in a variety of ecological contexts.
      • If it was measured by today's standards, it would qualify as a great fight.
      • He proclaimed Jack to be the greatest ever, and Jack immediately became the standard against which I measured myself.
      • His Honour identifies a number of discrepancies between the United States model and the European standard.
      • He's disappointed in the president when he measures him by his standards.
      • While Today was obviously the industry standard, the editors didn't slavishly follow its format or style.
      • It is the closest thing to a ubiquitous standard in the IT industry today.
      • Those yields, however, are still low by historical standards, and few investors have been scared off.
      • Hollywood established an international standard of beauty with which women began to compare themselves for the first time.
      • Those who fail to measure up to his standards are not tolerated for long.
      • She had gained four As and a B - good grades by anyone's standards - which would surely progress her path towards a career in the law.
      • My grandmother paid for two thirds of my fee, so I was a very middle class kid by most standards.
      • Compared to world standards, our Indian norms are quite strict.
      • Ours is a blessed country when measured by global standards.
      • The early offensive skills, compared to today's standards, were crude.
      • It allows us to determine which of our present convictions may rightly serve as standards for the evaluation of the past.
      • Cultures of other lands cannot be the standard to measure our own progress.
      • Two automobiles arrived, ancient models that by modern standards appeared quite inept.

    • 2.2standards plural(moral principles)

      principios masculine
      she talks of declining standards in society at large habla de decadencia moral en la sociedad en general
      • MPs should be fined for breaching their code of conduct, Whitehall's standards watchdog said yesterday.
      • Please let us all strengthen the values of high moral standards, decency and caring before it is too late.
      • The college is still bashful about articulating explicitly Christian standards of moral conduct.
      • Voluntary standards of campaign conduct should be worked out through a flexible process of negotiation.
      • Yet, for the sake of humanity, universal agreement and adoption of minimum standards in morality and justice must be striven towards.
      • I guess we have different standards of decency over here.
      • And this Government is going to set standards of integrity and conduct!
      • It would be wrong to try to force people to adhere to ways to living preferred by the rest of us, but there is nothing wrong with insisting on them conforming to standards of decency and the laws of the land.
      • He had, according to the City regulators, breached its principles and its high standards of integrity and fair dealing.
      • It has been a bad week for those of us who believe that people in positions of power and influence are governed by the same standards of decency and integrity with which we conduct our own lives.
      • Her belief that standards and decency were important brought her into conflict with some of the accepted norms of her day.
      • What constitutes an infringement of privacy or bad taste or a failure to conform to proper standards of decency is very much a matter of personal judgment.
      • Society is creating an underclass without standards, principles or decency, but nobody seems to recognise this, let alone be doing anything about it.
      • We provided the only significant support for the war and were in a position to insist on certain safeguards and standards of conduct.
      • Scotland's largest local authority wants to introduce behavioural contracts setting out minimum standards of conduct for pupils.
      • Objectively, his standards of conduct regarding financial matters are well below those of Margaret Thatcher and John Major.
      • Victory implies doing what is right; doing what is right implies morality; morality implies standards of conduct.
      • But he has steadfastly refused to lower his high standards of morality and decency.
      • He is in charge of maintaining Hutterite culture such as dress, behavior, and standards of conduct.
      • Many religious doctrines or beliefs dictate standards of social conduct and responsibility, and require believers to act accordingly.

  • 3

    (flag, emblem)
    estandarte masculine
    • The incident also spoilt the occasion of seeing my son carrying the standard for a local Cub Scout group; an event I was justifiably proud of.
    • Georgia's new flag is a standard of which all of its citizens can be proud.
    • Ancient military standards hung still overhead as a short silence was observed before the continuation of the special service.
    • Naval Privateers flew the Liberty Tree as their standard, while the Navy itself adopted the Gadsden flag, with its famous rattlesnake.
    • As the military standards were lowered, heads bowed, a sea of poppies were held still in the hands of former soldiers.
    • It was a bad day for Hawick and with Melrose losing too only Berwick are left carrying the Border standard.
    • Both carried a standard showing a square sailed white ship on a blue cloth.
    • In the absence of the Border clubs, it was left to two Edinburgh clubs to carry the standard for Scottish club rugby.
    • The highest honour a Royal Naval Association branch standard bearer can achieve is to be selected to carry the national standard of the RNA.
    • The parade was led by British Legion branch secretary David Marshall, who carried its standard.
    • The veterans in the group marched behind the standard of the Wiltshire Regiment that was carried by Harold Dunn.
    • In a short while, he reached the front near the standards and flag bearers, and found the general standing between two of them.
    • A single-headed eagle, grasping a swastika, was carried on German flags and standards between 1933 and 1945.
    • Sir Marcus Worsley gave a tribute to the Queen Mother and members of the Malton and Norton branch of the Royal British Legion carried a standard.
    • Led by a military band and with standards flying, they march onto the town square.
    • The moment was marked with a bugler playing the last post, prayers and standards from the Royal British Legion.
    • And is that anything more than an extension of the use of the flag as a battle standard and rallying point?
  • 4

    • 4.1Botany

      planta podada de manera tal que el tallo central crece erecto y desprovisto de ramas
      • They can be used as specimen plants and pruned to grow into standards either for pots or in the garden or grown as multi-stemmed shrubs with annual, hard pruning.
      • She trains this fast-growing shrub as a standard, sending the blooms up rather than out.
      • Pineapple Beauty, which has yellow-green leaves that turn gold, is one of the taller varieties and can be trained as a standard.
      • Bay is often trained into standards and pyramids and makes a good focal point in a herb garden.
      • Of the soft fruits, gooseberries and redcurrants can be left as a bush or grown as a standard.
      • An alternative is to overwinter these standards in a greenhouse.
      • On Talkback Gardening, local rose expert, Dean Stringer, explained the finer points of pruning a bush rose and a standard.

    • 4.2(upright support)

      poste masculine
      • This paradise, five miles from the standard at Cornhill.

  • 5

    clásico masculine
    a jazz standard un clásico del jazz
    • She was now looking forward to starting working on a new album of jazz standards and original songs which would be brought out in November, this year.
    • Although now considered classics, blues and jazz standards were the popular music of their day.
    • She also performs jazz tunes and pop standards that she recorded in the early '60s before she became the Queen of Soul.
    • The core repertoire of show tunes and standards that most jazz groups rely on means little to most younger record buyers.
    • A lot of songs go country-western; others take on the form of jazz standards and bossa nova pop.
    • From 1.30 pm Joan Whitehead sings jazz standards and your jazz Sunday winds up in jam session style at the Black Swan, Peasholme Green.
    • Her four albums - including her recent Sony debut Don't Talk - all mix jazz standards with songs she has written herself.
    • Renditions of blues standards are played in a late '60s style of rock.
    • It's another story when the song is used as the title track for a Cyndi Lauper album of pop standards.
    • He is also working on an album of jazz standards, tunes by Gershwin, Cole Porter and the like.
    • It's refreshing to see Martine McCutcheon tackling Broadway standards and songs from the shows.
    • They start off with some straight ahead bluegrass numbers, mixing original tunes with old standards.
    • It has made itself a laughing stock by including something as musically incompetent as the recording of show song standards by Rod Stewart.
    • Naylor likes to sing a jazz standard over a rock instrumental, or vice versa.
    • The standards sound fresh and new, while Clare Teal's own songs already sound like standards.
    • The dynamic Wiltshire Youth Jazz Orchestra will play an entertaining mix of styles, from swing, funk and Latin music to hip-hop and jazz standards.
    • Sunday sees jazz/ska outfit Knackers mixing jazz standards with ska rhythms.
    • The material is a blend of standards and jazz classics, which allow Wallace to demonstrate his strengths.
    • In the process, he presents a breezy but very informative picture of the songs and the people who made them, well, standards.
    • Tasteful, swinging, he never ventured much beyond the mainstream and preferred to interpret jazz standards, ballads and pop tunes.


  • 1

    (size) (invariable adjective) estándar
    (size) normal
    Motor Vehicles (model) (invariable adjective) estándar
    Motor Vehicles (model) de serie
    (procedure) habitual
    (reaction) típico
    (reaction) normal
    the food is pretty standard la comida es lo de siempre / no es nada del otro mundo
    • this is standard on all models esto viene de serie en todos los modelos
    • it's standard (practice) to ask for security se acostumbra / se suele pedir garantías
  • 2

    (officially established)
    (weight/measure) (invariable adjective) estándar
    (measure/weight) oficial
  • 3

    • 3.1

      (reference/work) clásico

    • 3.2

      (pronunciation/english/French) (invariable adjective) estándar

  • 4

    con tallo central largo y sin ramas