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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of standardise

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of standardise:

Derived Form of standardise

third person: standardises
past: standardised
past participle: standardised
present participle: standardising
evaluate by comparing with a standard
Type ofappraise, assess, evaluate, measure, valuate, value,
See alsostandardisation,
cause to conform to standard or norm
  1. The weights and measures were standardized
Type ofgovern, order, regularise, regularize, regulate,
See alsostandard, standardisation, standardiser,

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  1. can be done independently if interfaces are standardise so by standardise we mean if this
  2. and responses, we can use other code to standardise
  3. We could standardise the menu every day there is a fixed menu or a set of options,
  4. or we could standardise the menu, so we save on the costs of cooking.
  5. Thanks to our collaboration with Sakura we have been able to streamline and standardise all the processes in the lab.
  6. way back in January 1996, with the intention to standardise the connection of computer
  7. attempt to standardise 8 bit home computers, emerging in Japan (you can watch my MSX video
  8. They needed a way to standardise things
  9. about DNA, and a human figure of average height - but is represented in binary code, to standardise
  10. We took this opportunity to standardise on Schneider Electric
  11. wanted all of the military forces under their control to standardise on some infantry weapons.
  12. The more the governments have driven to standardise education,
  13. standardise these things. So some new methods came for making these measurements. So, that
  14. of obsolescent arms; a desperate need to standardise on something new.
  15. to standardise the things for comparison purposes we put it onto the dry basis. So, what you
  16. to see as fine as this one. So we must standardise the whole thing to a particular thing and
  17. to do, we are trying to standardise and normalise a thing, so that there is no confusion as
  18. at this time had a clear objective: standardise the language.