Similar words: material, bacteria, building materials, critic, critical, criticize, write, inherit. Meaning: [kraɪ'tɪərɪən] n.a basis for comparison; a reference point against which other things can be evaluated.
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1 The enrolment criteria are geographical rather than academic.
2 The bank is reassessing its criteria for lending money.
3 She failed to meet the stringent selection criteria.
4 No candidate fulfils all the criteria for this position.
5 The UN has established detailed criteria for who should be allowed to vote.
6 What criteria are used for assessing a student's ability?
7 Students must fulfil the following entry criteria.
8 The report lays down criteria for disciplining staff.
9 There are strict criteria for inclusion in the competition.
10 bacillus, bacilli * larva, larvae * criterion, criteria.
11 People use different criteria for judging success at school.
12 The other groups agreed to adopt our criteria.
13 What criteria do you use when judging the quality of a student's work?
14 The criteria will be different from those that pertain elsewhere.
15 What are the criteria of success for a training scheme?
16 It is hard to make out what criteria are used.
17 More specific and less subjective criteria should be used in selecting people for promotion within the company.
18 Each of us will have our own criteria for success.
19 These criteria were used to determine the scope of the curriculum.
20 There are two main categories of segmentation criteria.
21 These criteria must be included in the written agreement.
22 These criteria connote reproductive heterosexuality, and male-, middle-class-dominated employment.
23 The reader's criteria for judging articles will vary accordingly.
24 The allocation must be made according to a strict set of criteria.
25 To qualify for a grant,[www.Sentencedict.com] students must satisfy certain criteria.
26 Patients can now be compulsorily detained in hospital only under tightly drawn criteria.
27 The Health Service should not be judged by financial criteria alone.
28 We're looking for a very specific sort of person and this woman seems to fulfil all of our criteria.
29 The school's performance is measured against a strict set of criteria.
30 He believed that schools should be judged according to strictly academic criteria.
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