verb (used with object), standardized, standardizing.
to bring to or make of an established standard size, weight, quality, strength, or the like:
to standardize manufactured parts.
to compare with or test by a standard.
to choose or establish a standard for.
verb (used without object), standardized, standardizing.
to become standardized.
to make or become standard
(transitive) to test by or compare with a standard
standardize stan·dard·ize (stān’dər-dīz’)
v. stan·dard·ized, stan·dard·iz·ing, stan·dard·iz·es
To cause to conform to a standard.
To evaluate by comparing with a standard.
- Standard lead
standard lead (lēd) n. Any of three standard bipolar limb leads of an electrocardiograph, designated I, II and III. Lead I records potential difference between the right and left arms; lead II, the difference between right arm and left leg; lead III, the difference between left arm and left leg. A record obtained from such […]
noun, Printing. 1. a system for aligning type so that all fonts of the same point size have a common baseline. 2. a design of type that provides room on the body for accommodation of descenders of all standard type of the same point size.
- Standard lisp
A subset of Lisp 1.5 developed by A. Hearn primarily for implementing REDUCE. It was replaced by Portable Sandard LISP. [“Standard LISP Report”, J. Marti et al, SIGPLAN Notices 14(10):48-58 (Oct 1979)]. (1994-11-04)
- Standard ml
language (SML) Originally an attempt by Robin Milner email@example.com ca. 1984 to unify the dialects of ML, SML has evolved into a robust general-purpose language. Later versions have been maintained by D. B. MacQueen, Lal George , and J. H. Reppy firstname.lastname@example.org at AT&T, and A. W. Appel email@example.com. SML is functional, with imperative programming […]