There are 2 translations of standard in Spanish:

standard1

Pronunciation: /ˈstændərd; ˈstændəd/

n

  • 1 1.1 (level) nivel (m); (quality) calidad (f) 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 su trabajo es siempre de muy buen nivel, 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 (m) or estándar (m) 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 or esperan de ella she sets impossibly high standards exige un estándar or nivel imposible de alcanzar her work is not up to the standard set by … su trabajo no está a la altura or 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 or de la calidad requerida
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    • Another feature of this bill is the implicit incentive to maintain a required level of safety standards.
    • These goggles meet the applicable safety standards and requirements.
    • All areas of learning were marked good quality and met the standards required.
    1.3 (official measure) estándar (m)
  • 2 2.1 (yardstick) they are applying 20th-century standards to the 16th century están aplicando criterios or 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 o anybody's standards se mire por donde se mire or desde cualquier punto de vista su interpretación fue excelente 2.2
    (standards pl)
    (moral principles) principios (mpl) she talks of declining standards in society at large habla de decadencia moral en la sociedad en general
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    • 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.
    • Society is creating an underclass without standards, principles or decency, but nobody seems to recognise this, let alone be doing anything about it.
    • Victory implies doing what is right; doing what is right implies morality; morality implies standards of conduct.
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    • Compared to world standards, our Indian norms are quite strict.
    • If it was measured by today's standards, it would qualify as a great fight.
    • It manages to be both an industry standard, and a daring departure from the norm.
  • 3 (flag, emblem) estandarte (m)
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    • 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.
    • A single-headed eagle, grasping a swastika, was carried on German flags and standards between 1933 and 1945.
    • Led by a military band and with standards flying, they march onto the town square.
  • 4 4.1 [Hort]planta podada de manera tal que el tallo central crece erecto y desprovisto de ramas 4.2 (upright support) poste (m) lamp standard pie (m) de lámpara
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    • This paradise, five miles from the standard at Cornhill.
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    • Of the soft fruits, gooseberries and redcurrants can be left as a bush or grown as a standard.
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    • 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.
    • On Talkback Gardening, local rose expert, Dean Stringer, explained the finer points of pruning a bush rose and a standard.
  • 5 [Mus] clásico (m) a jazz standard un clásico del jazz
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    • A lot of songs go country-western; others take on the form of jazz standards and bossa nova pop.
    • Naylor likes to sing a jazz standard over a rock instrumental, or vice versa.
    • Renditions of blues standards are played in a late '60s style of rock.

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There are 2 translations of standard in Spanish:

standard2

adj

  • 1 (normal) [size] estándar (adj inv), normal [model] [Auto] estándar (adj inv), de serie; [procedure] habitual; [reaction] típico, normal the food is pretty standard la comida es lo de siempre or 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 pedir garantías es la norma, se acostumbra or se suele pedir garantías
  • 4 [Hort]con tallo central largo y sin ramas

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