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Princeton's WordNet

  1. gold standard(noun)

    a monetary standard under which the basic unit of currency is defined by a stated quantity of gold

  2. gold standard(noun)

    a paragon of excellence

    "academic education is the gold standard against which other educational activity is pejoratively judged"

Concise Medical Dictionary, by Joseph C Segen, MD

  1. gold standard

    Synonyms:
    Criterion standard, definitive standard, reference standard

  2. gold standard

    Synonyms:
    Criterion standard

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How to use gold standard in a sentence?

  1. Josh Koskoff:

    It is the gold standard for killing the enemy in battle, just as it has become the gold standard for mass murder of innocent civilians.

  2. Kelly Herman:

    That certification is the gold standard.

  3. Rubina Heptulla:

    But even though the randomized controlled trials are the gold standard, we really can’t do that kind of study in this type of situation, nobody would agree to that, so we have to accept that this is a very large study and it is giving us good data.

  4. Judith Curry:

    The new NOAA dataset disagrees with a UK dataset, which is generally regarded as the gold standard for global sea surface temperature datasets, the new dataset also disagrees with ARGO buoys and satellite analyses.

  5. Kurt Ribisl:

    Raising taxes is probably the gold standard for tobacco control policy, it’s the thing that reduces tobacco smoking more than any other policy lever that can be pulled.


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