English words and Examples of Usage

use "criteria" in a sentence

Each Alliance member applies its own sub-criteria for who qualifies.

He meets the criteria," university spokeswoman Marina Tofting told AFP.

The only criteria: They must operate in at least 30 locations nationwide.

Because of these criteria, there are some notable omissions from the list.

Croatia joined NATO and the EU without fulfilling the rule of law criteria.

The criteria: it has to be a simple name, one that sounds Nordic."""

You can deduct points in the year you pay them if you meet certain criteria.

“They’re going to look for objective criteria,” such as suspicious behavior.

If that's your only criteria, why not wear a bathrobe and slippers everywhere?

The criteria include innovation and the ability to meet community needs.

I'm a mid 30's male and I'll provide you all the search criteria that you need.

Thankfully, the match didn't come down to Criteria Q. That's a coin toss.

In addition, students must meet the specific criteria of their individual award.

Sara just doesn't meet the criteria to qualify for a disability,"" she said."

This behavior is so common that it's one of the diagnostic criteria for the disorder.

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