criterion vs criteria

criterion criteria


  • 1) A standard or test by which individual things or people may be compared and judged.
  • 2) A standard, rule, or test on which a judgment or decision can be based.
  • 3) A standard of judging; any approved or established rule or test, by which facts, principles opinions, and conduct are tried in forming a correct judgment respecting them.
  • 4) the ideal in terms of which something can be judged
  • 5) A standard of judgment or criticism; a law, rule, or principle regarded as universally valid for the class of cases under consideration, by which matters of fact, propositions, opinions, or conduct can be tested in order to discover their truth or falsehood, or by which a correct judgment may be formed.


  • 1) nonstandard, proscribed A single criterion.
  • 2) Plural form of criterion.


  • 1) But the question of how to judge the criteria for military engagement remains the most difficult.
  • 2) You can only apply for those years in which you both meet the criteria.
  • 3) New entry criteria will have to be drawn up to determine who is allowed in.
  • 4) What are the criteria for entry?
  • 5) She was expected to return home against the family's wishes because she did not meet the criteria to join him.
  • 6) Any criteria must reflect that.
  • 7) If a patient feels that they require this surgery but do not meet these criteria, there is a clear appeals system via individual funding requests.
  • 8) Companies that do not meet all the criteria can be considered for our Ones to Watch programme.
  • 9) Companies must meet our criteria, which include:?
  • 10) It is not my ambition to see Russian athletes sitting outside our sport for the foreseeable future, but we have criteria that must be met.
  • 11) This means the selection criteria have to be crystal clear.
  • 12) You can buy under either scheme so long as you both meet the eligibility criteria.
  • 13) Why do they make the criteria so strict?
  • 14) Essentially the procedure has been to try to quantify aspects of the policy criteria.
  • 15) When you are buying fish there are two important criteria that ought to be fulfilled.
  • 16) Space should not be the criteria which decides whether criminals get out.
  • 17) This is why career advisers say you should choose five universities with varying entry criteria.
  • 18) The efficacy of these meditations cannot be judged by academic criteria.
  • 19) It was also the only facility within fifteen miles to meet those criteria.
  • 20) The top criteria must be for a leader capable of going on the front foot.
  • 21) This approach involves establishing selection and eligibility criteria and ensuring compatibility with other initiatives in a company.
  • 22) See website for eligibility criteria and full terms and conditions.
  • 23) Three per cent said that being famous was the most important criterion for their career.
  • 24) Some countries said the entry criteria were too strict.
  • 25) The biggest hurdles were choosing which regiments to include and which criteria to judge them on.
  • 26) Plus a new criterion that must be met.
  • 27) The selection criteria are sufficiently flexible to include controversial outsiders.
  • 28) Each university determines its own eligibility criteria.
  • 29) This theory outlines criteria that are important when deciding which assets are worth buying.
  • 30) Decide on the criteria for assessing the skill and make them as specific and clear as you can.
  • 31) Raising capital against the buy-to-let will be possible subject to standard lender criteria.
  • 32) Over the last three centuries British defence policy had to meet three criteria if it was to succeed.
  • 33) Lenders have been quietly relaxing their criteria to make sure borrowers can still afford to trade up the housing ladder as prices move further out of reach.
  • 34) They may also score very highly on the relatively restricted criteria of a standard IQ test.
  • 35) The UK has set strict sustainability criteria to make sure that biomass is not sourced from rainforests, for example.
  • 36) If we try to apply Dedekind's definition as a criterion for determining whether a given set is infinite by establishing a 1-1 correspondence between two inductive rules for generating “infinite extensions,” one of which is an “extensional subset” of the other, we can't possibly learn anything we didn't already know when we applied the ˜criterion™ to two inductive rules.
  • 37) Thanks, J.D. Yeah, I think your criterion is a good one.
  • 38) I will attempt to redeem myself (maybe) by guessing that the criterion is their longevity.
  • 39) In an early comment in that argument, Justice Kennedy did make a statement, in a combative tone, that avoiding race as a criterion is a very important principle to him.
  • 40) The core idea is present in what he refers to as the criterion of reciprocity and the duty of civility.
  • 41) Among the reasons for adding this as a criterion is the obvious point that Nobel wanted the Prize to have political effects.
  • 42) My proposed criterion is not premised on membership in NORML or other non-religious affiliations.
  • 43) Oh, sure, now I see: once Mark has glommed onto the paleo label, the whole ‘anonymous’ criterion is just pushed aside. politics!
  • 44) ‘Only then can we reach the standardised criterion of economic growth and prosperity.’
  • 45) ‘Judged on those criteria, the tour is undoubtedly a flop of monumental proportions.’
  • 46) ‘Unless you decide that for some reason it is better to judge by other criteria.’
  • 47) ‘It eludes me as to how the various blogs will be judged and under what criteria.’
  • 48) ‘That is the criterion or standard by which the arbitrator is to be guided.’
  • 49) ‘In some circumstances it is difficult to make economic criteria apply even in principle.’
  • 50) ‘This is one of the principles stated in the criteria for excellence in assessment.’
  • 51) ‘One of the main criteria the youth must meet for the camp is to have a business plan or idea.’
  • 52) ‘There are certain criteria which groups must meet to apply for the grants to be eligible.’
  • 53) ‘They were selected to take part on the basis of criteria laid down by the Education Department.’
  • 54) ‘Clearly the rules and the criteria by which the licensing panel are working are deeply flawed.’
  • 55) ‘The country needs not just guidelines on care but criteria that are set solidly.’
  • 56) ‘He says that, in any case, there is little new in broadening the criteria for selection.’
  • 57) ‘The problem is there are no clear guidelines as to what the criteria should be.’
  • 58) ‘They join by invitation only and must meet certain criteria before they will be admitted.’
  • 59) ‘Performance is the only criterion by which a team chasing greatness can judge itself.’
  • 60) ‘In addition, sites are selected as suitable only if they meet demanding criteria.’
  • 61) ‘The one criteria is that they must be active, whether in sport or other types of health and fitness.’
  • 62) ‘These contractors will be required to meet criteria to be eligible for a permit.’
  • 63) ‘There will also be a review of all existing holders to make sure they meet the new criteria.’


  • 1) Talent is at the bottom of the list of criteria needed to become a pop star.
  • 2) Researchers set out some simple criteria and began their gargantuan task.
  • 3) Here's the modification to the set criteria function: function set criteria (value: Number): void {_criteria = value; invalidateList ();}
  • 4) TileList; public function CatalogList () {super ();} function get critera (): Number {return function set criteria (value: Number): void {_criteria = value;}}}

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