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Detailed Translations for criterion from English to German


criterion [the ~] noun

  1. the criterion (condition)
    Kriterium; die Bedingung; die Kondition; die Voraussetzung; die Forderung; der Vorbehalt; der Maßstab; die Klausel
  2. the criterion (touchstone; standard; reagent; test)
    der Maßstab; Kriterium
  3. the criterion (reagent; test; touchstone; combination)

Translation Matrix for criterion:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
Bedingung condition; criterion circumstances; clause; condition; form; must; proviso; requirement; requisite; reservation; restriction; shape; stipulation; term
Chemische Verbindung combination; criterion; reagent; test; touchstone
Forderung condition; criterion action; appeal; circumstances; claim; collection; condition; demand; legal claim; must; petition; price list; recovery; requirement; requisite; stipulation; table of charges
Klausel condition; criterion clause; phrase; proviso; stipulation
Kondition condition; criterion condition; form; position; shape; situation; state
Kriterium condition; criterion; reagent; standard; test; touchstone level
Maßstab condition; criterion; reagent; standard; test; touchstone level
Voraussetzung condition; criterion circumstances; condition; premise; premiss; presuming; presumption; presupposition; requisite; reservation; restriction; stipulation; supposition; term
Vorbehalt condition; criterion limitation; reservation; restriction
- measure; standard; touchstone

Related Words for "criterion":

  • criteria

Synonyms for "criterion":

Related Definitions for "criterion":

  1. the ideal in terms of which something can be judged1
  2. a basis for comparison; a reference point against which other things can be evaluated1

Wiktionary Translations for criterion:

  1. standard for comparison and judgment
Cross Translation:
criterion Kriterium criterium — toets, een doorslag gevende reden
criterion Kriterium critère — didactique|fr Ce qui sert à distinguer dans une chose le vrai du faux.