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Banner vs. Standard

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Bannernoun

A flag or standard used by a military commander, monarch or nation.

Standardadjective

Falling within an accepted range of size, amount, power, quality, etc.

Bannernoun

(by extension) the military unit under such a flag or standard.

Standardadjective

(of a tree or shrub) Growing alone as a free-standing plant; not trained on a post etc.

Bannernoun

(by extension) a military or administrative subdivision.

Standardadjective

Having recognized excellence or authority.

‘standard works in history; standard authors’;

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Bannernoun

Any large sign, especially if constructed of soft material or fabric.

‘The mayor hung a banner across Main Street to commemorate the town's 100th anniversary.’;

Standardadjective

Of a usable or serviceable grade or quality.

Bannernoun

A large piece of silk or other cloth, with a device or motto, extended on a crosspiece, and borne in a procession, or suspended in some conspicuous place.

Standardadjective

Having a manual transmission.

Bannernoun

(by extension) a cause or purpose; a campaign or movement.

‘They usually make their case under the banner of environmentalism.’;

Standardadjective

As normally supplied (not optional).

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Bannernoun

(journalism) The title of a newspaper as printed on its front page; the nameplate; masthead.

Standardadjective

(linguistics) Conforming to the standard variety.

Bannernoun

A type of advertisement in a web page or on television, usually taking the form of a graphic or animation above or alongside the content. Contrast popup, interstitial.

Standardnoun

A principle or example or measure used for comparison.

Bannernoun

(heraldry) The principal standard of a knight.

Standardnoun

A level of quality or attainment.

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Bannernoun

A type of administrative division in Inner Mongolia, China (хошуу/旗) and Tuva (кожуун), made during the w:administrative divisions of Mongolia during Qing. At this time, Outer Mongolia and part of Xinjiang was also divided this way.

Standardnoun

Something used as a measure for comparative evaluations; a model.

Bannernoun

One who bans something.

Standardnoun

A musical work of established popularity.

Banneradjective

Exceptional; very good.

‘It is a banner achievement for an athlete to run a mile in under four minutes.’;

Standardnoun

A rule or set of rules or requirements which are widely agreed upon or imposed by government.

Bannerverb

(transitive) To adorn with a banner.

Standardnoun

The proportion of weights of fine metal and alloy established for coinage.

Bannernoun

A kind of flag attached to a spear or pike by a crosspiece, and used by a chief as his standard in battle.

‘Hang out our banners on the outward walls.’;

Standardnoun

A bottle of wine containing 0.750 liters of fluid.

Bannernoun

A large piece of silk or other cloth, with a device or motto, extended on a crosspiece, and borne in a procession, or suspended in some conspicuous place.

Standardnoun

(India) Grade level in primary education.

‘I am in fifth standard.’;

Bannernoun

Any flag or standard; as, the star-spangled banner.

Standardnoun

A vertical pole with something at its apex.

Bannernoun

long strip of cloth for decoration or advertising

Standardnoun

An object supported in an upright position, such as a lamp standard.

Bannernoun

a newspaper headline that runs across the full page

Standardnoun

The flag or ensign carried by a military unit.

Banneradjective

unusually good; outstanding;

‘a banner year for the company’;

Standardnoun

One of the upright members that supports the horizontal axis of a transit or theodolite.

Bannernoun

a long strip of cloth bearing a slogan or design, carried in a demonstration or procession or hung in a public place

‘students waved banners and chanted slogans’; ‘a nuclear disarmament banner was carried round the war memorial’;

Standardnoun

Any upright support, such as one of the poles of a scaffold.

Bannernoun

a flag on a pole used as the standard of a monarch, knight, or army

‘the standard bearers followed, banners of bright red and yellow depicting dragons and stags’;

Standardnoun

A tree of natural size supported by its own stem, and not dwarfed by grafting on the stock of a smaller species nor trained upon a wall or trellis.

Bannernoun

used in reference to support for a belief or principle

‘the government is flying the free trade banner’;

Standardnoun

The sheth of a plough.

Bannernoun

a heading or advertisement appearing on a web page in the form of a bar, column, or box

‘a banner ad’;

Standardnoun

A manual transmission vehicle.

Banneradjective

excellent; outstanding

‘the company was having a banner year’;

Standardnoun

(botany) The upper petal or banner of a papilionaceous corolla.

Banner

A banner can be a flag or other piece of cloth bearing a symbol, logo, slogan or other message. A flag whose design is the same as the shield in a coat of arms (but usually in a square or rectangular shape) is called a banner of arms.

Standardnoun

(shipbuilding) An inverted knee timber placed upon the deck instead of beneath it, with its vertical branch turned upward from that which lies horizontally.

Standardnoun

A large drinking cup.

Standardnoun

(sociolinguistics) standard idiom, a prestigious or standardized language variety; standard language

Standardinterjection

(slang) An expression of agreement

Standardnoun

A flag; colors; a banner; especially, a national or other ensign.

‘His armies, in the following day,On those fair plains their standards proud display.’;

Standardnoun

That which is established by authority as a rule for the measure of quantity, extent, value, or quality; esp., the original specimen weight or measure sanctioned by government, as the standard pound, gallon, or yard.

Standardnoun

That which is established as a rule or model by authority, custom, or general consent; criterion; test.

‘The court, which used to be the standard of propriety and correctness of speech.’; ‘A disposition to preserve, and an ability to improve, taken together, would be my standard of a statesman.’;

Standardnoun

The proportion of weights of fine metal and alloy established by authority.

‘By the present standard of the coinage, sixty-two shillings is coined out of one pound weight of silver.’;

Standardnoun

A tree of natural size supported by its own stem, and not dwarfed by grafting on the stock of a smaller species nor trained upon a wall or trellis.

‘In France part of their gardens is laid out for flowers, others for fruits; some standards, some against walls.’;

Standardnoun

The upper petal or banner of a papilionaceous corolla.

Standardnoun

An upright support, as one of the poles of a scaffold; any upright in framing.

Standardnoun

An inverted knee timber placed upon the deck instead of beneath it, with its vertical branch turned upward from that which lies horizontally.

Standardnoun

The sheth of a plow.

Standardnoun

A large drinking cup.

Standardadjective

Being, affording, or according with, a standard for comparison and judgment; as, standard time; standard weights and measures; a standard authority as to nautical terms; standard gold or silver.

Standardadjective

Hence: Having a recognized and permanent value; as, standard works in history; standard authors.

Standardadjective

Not supported by, or fastened to, a wall; as, standard fruit trees.

Standardnoun

a basis for comparison; a reference point against which other things can be evaluated;

‘they set the measure for all subsequent work’;

Standardnoun

the ideal in terms of which something can be judged;

‘they live by the standards of their community’;

Standardnoun

a board measure = 1980 board feet

Standardnoun

the value behind the money in a monetary system

Standardnoun

an upright pole or beam (especially one used as a support);

‘distance was marked by standards every mile’; ‘lamps supported on standards provided illumination’;

Standardnoun

any distinctive flag

Standardadjective

conforming to or constituting a standard of measurement or value; or of the usual or regularized or accepted kind;

‘windows of standard width’; ‘standard sizes’; ‘the standard fixtures’; ‘standard brands’; ‘standard operating procedure’;

Standardadjective

commonly used or supplied;

‘standard procedure’; ‘standard car equipment’;

Standardadjective

established or widely recognized as a model of authority or excellence;

‘a standard reference work’;

Standardadjective

conforming to the established language usage of educated native speakers;

‘standard English’; ‘received standard English is sometimes called the King's English’;

Standardadjective

regularly and widely used or sold;

‘a standard size’; ‘a stock item’;

Standardnoun

a level of quality or attainment

‘the government's ambition to raise standards in schools’; ‘their restaurant offers a high standard of service’;

Standardnoun

a required or agreed level of quality or attainment

‘half of the beaches fail to comply with European standards’; ‘their tap water was not up to standard’;

Standardnoun

(in elementary schools) a grade of proficiency tested by examination or the form or class preparing pupils for such a grade

‘she was still in boarding school and had twice repeated the same standard’;

Standardnoun

something used as a measure, norm, or model in comparative evaluations

‘the wages are low by today's standards’; ‘the system had become an industry standard’;

Standardnoun

principles of conduct informed by notions of honour and decency

‘a decline in moral standards’;

Standardnoun

a form of language that is widely accepted as the usual form

‘the idea of the standard is projected backwards on to states of language’;

Standardnoun

the prescribed weight of fine metal in gold or silver coins

‘the sterling standard for silver’;

Standardnoun

a system by which the value of a currency is defined in terms of gold or silver or both.

Standardnoun

a measure for timber, equivalent to 165 cu. ft (4.67 cubic metres).

Standardnoun

(especially with reference to jazz or blues) a tune or song of established popularity.

Standardnoun

a military or ceremonial flag carried on a pole or hoisted on a rope.

Standardnoun

used in names of newspapers

‘a report in the Evening Standard’;

Standardnoun

a tree or shrub that grows on an erect stem of full height.

Standardnoun

a shrub grafted on an erect stem and trained in tree form

‘a standard rose’;

Standardnoun

the large, frequently erect uppermost petal of a papilionaceous flower.

Standardnoun

one of the inner petals of an iris flower, frequently erect.

Standardnoun

an upright water or gas pipe.

Standardadjective

used or accepted as normal or average

‘it is standard practice in museums to register objects as they are acquired’; ‘the standard rate of income tax’;

Standardadjective

(of a size, measure, design, etc.) regularly used or produced; not special or exceptional

‘all these doors come in a range of standard sizes’;

Standardadjective

(of a work, repertoire, or writer) viewed as authoritative or of permanent value and so widely read or performed

‘his essays on the interpretation of reality became a standard text’;

Standardadjective

denoting or relating to the form of a language widely accepted as the usual correct form

‘speakers of standard English’;

Standardadjective

(of a tree or shrub) growing on an erect stem of full height

‘standard trees are useful for situations where immediate height is needed’;

Standardadjective

(of a shrub) grafted on an erect stem and trained in tree form

‘standard roses’;

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