Falling within an acceptedrange of size, amount, power, quality, etc. (adjective)
Examples of word standard
To meet the demand for a final and standard truth, a demand which realism meets with its doctrine of a being independent of any mind, this philosophy defines a _standard mind_.
25·025 British inches, either of these numbers makes the Sacred Cubit nearly half a British inch longer than his avowed standard of length -- an overwhelming difference in any question relating to a _standard_ measure.
This little-known ECMA standard is short for "ECMAscript for XML".
The Smart Grid and mobile backhaul networks need a key timing standard to work over Ethernet and IP – and ensuring that equipment meets the standard is the focus of a group formed today.
You said "Any attempt to raise up a standard is always attacked."
Much was made of high what we call standard capacity mags with respect to the Virginia Tech massacre but I noted reports indicating he shot 170 rounds and had 17 magazines.
Kathleen Sebelius back on the job after what she calls standard skin cancer surgery.
A Bush administration spokesman says too much has been made over what he calls standard I.T. issues.
This is due to better diet, less dangerous jobs, improved sanitation and hygiene, improved access to health care, and the entire range of factors that contribute to what we call our standard of living.