Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Criterion"

The meaning of "Criterion" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does criterion mean?
A: It is the standard used to judge something. Criterion - singular, criteria - plural

If a job's criterion is a bachelor's degree, it means you must have a degree to be considered.
Q: What does criteria mean?
A:
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Q: What does criteria mean?
Q: What does What criteria do you consider to be more important? Ideas or proper English grammar? mean?
A: To you, is it more important to have ideas (thoughts, opinions, beliefs), or to be able to speak very good English. Which one is more important to you is what that question is asking.


Hope that helps! :)
Q: What does criteria in this context mean?
A: Eligibility -- Who you have to be (for them to consider you)
Criteria -- Accomplishments/things you have or have done

They're very similar.

Example sentences using "Criterion"

Q: Please show me example sentences with standard criteria.
A: @Ri-na The standard criteria for basketball players are height and agility.

He doesn’t meet the standard criteria for this job.

Did you check against the standard criteria?
Q: Please show me example sentences with criteria .
A: Attachment of income certificate is an important CRITERIA for the selection
Q: Please show me example sentences with criteria .
A: If you follow the criteria I set out for you, you will get a good grade on your essay.

Your experience doesn't meet the criteria for the job.

Synonyms of "Criterion" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between criteria and criterion ?
A: criteria is a large amount of criterion, while criterion refers to a single thing. Same to data, which is a large information while datum is just a piece of information
Q: What is the difference between criteria and standard ?
A: They can both mean "agreed upon level of quality" but standard has more meanings like normal or average.
Q: What is the difference between universal criteria and universalistic criteria ?
A: I've never heard anyone use "universalistic criteria" lol. "Universal criteria" is the common phrase.
Q: What is the difference between criterion and standard ?
A: It is not wrong to say that. It just depends on context and what you are trying to use the word for. Always try to remember the definition if possible.

Translations of "Criterion"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? There are considerable other criteria to concern rather than income.
There are considerably other criteria to concern rather than income.

Which one is correct, and why? I think it should be "considerable", because "criteria" is noun, so adjective.
A: Yes. The first one would be correct. But, I feel that the word considerable should go after “other” and right next to “criteria”. Also, the phrase “on top of” would imply that there are more than one criteria along with “income”, while “rather” would imply that “income” is not a criteria.

Example: There are other considerable criteria to concern on top of income.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what criteria would you choose girls for relationship?
A: Under what criteria {would you / do you} choose girls for a relationship?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? criteria
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Other questions about "Criterion"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce criteria .
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Q: You can set the judging criteria before the performance as a toastmaster. does this sound natural?
A: I might would change "performance" to "speech" or "presentation".
Q: What is the different between criteria and standard when it comes to business word below?

How do I say 基準に沿った in English? Do I need to combined with follow or obey?
A: We usually say...

Follow standards
Conform to standards
Adhere to standards

Adopt criteria

A standard is a specification used widely. Criteria can just be for one situation.
Q: The criteria for happiness depends on each person's own opinion. Even though I, absolutely I can say I'm happy from my heart. does this sound natural?
A: "Even I can say I'm absolutely happy from the bottom of my heart" sounds more natural. Otherwise, this is beautiful!
Q: It is important to know the criteria of marking in writing. The examiner may not give extra rewards for your linking words, but they will focus on the use of top vocabulary and this is the only thing that matters. does this sound natural?
A: Instead of rewards, try using maybe "credit" or "points".

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