Relative social or professional position; standing
an improvement in the status of women
That does not have status, especially social or professional status.
Ranking highly in a social or professional hierarchy
Ranking low in a social or professional hierarchy
A horizontal bar, usually at the bottom of the screen or window, showing information about a document being edited or a program running
The existing state of affairs, especially regarding social or political issues
A number of people grouped or considered together owing to similar social position or standing.
A report describing the current situation with regard to a business, project, matter, etc., especially one in a series of such reports summarizing a changing state of affairs.
A person concerned with improving his or her social standing, or with demonstrating his or her high social standing.
A social system organized around the status of individuals; a social group in which status derives from a person's position or achievement with regard to some aspect of the group's activity.
= status symbol.
An update on the current situation with regard to a particular service, project, person, etc.; (now) specifically an update to a person's status on a social networking site.
A person’s standing or importance in relation to other people within a society
A possession that is taken to indicate a person’s wealth or high social or professional status
Anxiety about one's social rank, position, or standing.
An official enquiry into the solvency or creditworthiness of a person, company, etc.
= status group.
That seeks to improve one's social standing, or demonstrate one's high social standing.
One’s situation with regard to whether one is single, married, separated, divorced, or widowed
Aware of or (excessively) interested in one's social status.
Designating a person or group, especially of working-class origin, seeking to attain a higher social status.
Generalized enlargement or prominence of lymphoid tissue, especially in children; a syndrome characterized by this.
The practice of seeking or acquiring status symbols; the fact of being a status symbol.
A severe condition in which asthma attacks follow one another without pause
A dangerous condition in which epileptic fits follow one another without recovery of consciousness between them
The status accorded to an area of special interest, an endangered species, etc., in relation to its need for (legal) protection from undesirable change or the detrimental effects of human activity.
The previously existing state of affairs
The state of affairs that existed before a war.