verb (used with object), stand·ard·ized, stand·ard·iz·ing.
verb (used without object), stand·ard·ized, stand·ard·iz·ing.
Origin of standardize
Examples from the Web for standardized
Contemporary Examples of standardized
We standardized scores in each category then applied the weights indicated above to arrive at our final results.The Daily Beast's Top High Schools 2014: Methodology
August 27, 2014
They had standardized the height of the platforms, standardized the rules.The World Series of Cliff Diving Takes Itself Very Seriously
June 29, 2014
The bill also mandates the implementation of a standardized training process for all CBP officers and Border Patrol agents.The Border Towns the Constitution Forgot
April 10, 2014
And the standardized exam you are incessantly given to demonstrate these skills is the test known as being human.Big Business Bullies Americans into the Machinery of Common Core
March 20, 2014
That decision would have forced photos in standardized formats to create a stylistic coherence.The True Henri Cartier-Bresson
February 13, 2014
Historical Examples of standardized
Other punctuation, including quotation marks, has been standardized.The Missionary
Sites cannot be standardized, and therefore no two are alike.Manual of American Grape-Growing
U. P. Hedrick
The fourth item is not so easy but procedure can at least be standardized.
All things of common use are standardized into typical forms.The New Society
This test was devised and standardized by Dr. Fred Kuhlmann.The Measurement of Intelligence
Lewis Madison Terman