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statuses, plural;
  1. The relative social, professional, or other standing of someone or something
    • - an improvement in the status of women
  2. High rank or social standing
    • - those who enjoy wealth and status
  3. The official classification given to a person, country, or organization, determining their rights or responsibilities
    • - the duchy had been elevated to the status of a principality
  4. The position of affairs at a particular time, esp. in political or commercial contexts
    • - an update on the status of the bill

  1. the relative position or standing of things or especially persons in a society; "he had the status of a minor"; "the novel attained the status of a classic"; "atheists do not enjoy a favorable position in American life"
  2. condition: a state at a particular time; "a condition (or state) of disrepair"; "the current status of the arms negotiations"
  3. A person's status is a set of social conditions or relationships created and vested in an individual by an act of law rather than by the consensual acts of the parties, and it is in rem, i.e. these conditions must be recognised by the world. ...
  4. A person’s position or standing relative to that of others; Prestige or high standing; A situation or state of affairs; The legal condition of a person or thing; this sense?) (Canada, attributive, of a Canadian Indian) The state of being registered under the Indian Act
  5. The credit-worthiness of a potential borrower.
  6. The legal position of an individual; i.e., adult, minor, etc.
  7. A character's sense of self-worth. Many scenes are built around status transfers, in which one character's status drops while another's rises. Physical environments and objects also have status.
  8. Status assigned to term by the DCMI Usage Board, as described in the DCMI Usage Board Process.
  9. The position that one holds in a group or society.
  10. On the credit report, this indicates the current status or state of the account.
  11. The value returned to the parent process when one of its child processes dies. This value is placed in the special variable $?. Its upper eight bits are the exit status of the defunct process, and its lower eight bits identify the signal (if any) that the process died from. ...
  12. changed from new to closed
  13. The name for the group of privileges you are given when you receive immigration benefits, either as a permanent resident or a nonimmigrant. A person holds their status as long as they are on American soil. Once they leave American soil, they may lose that status. ...
  14. A container whose content is advisory information for the user but is not important enough to justify an alert. Also see alert.
  15. information on the catalogue record, if you have clicked on availability or parts received (for journals). ...
  16. Refers to the status of a domain name. For example, a domain name can be available, reserved or in quarantine. For more information on statuses, see the WHOIS status page.
  17. A position in a social structure regulated by norms and usually ranked according to power and prestige. Status differs from class in that it is a measure of a person's social standing or social honour in a community. Individuals who share the same social class may have very divergent status. ...
  18. the position one has in a social network. The name of a position given to a node. Husband and wife are statuses. See role.
  19. (1) Nomenclatural standing with regard to effective publication, valid publication, legitimacy, and correctness (Art. 6 and 12.1). (2) Rank of a taxon within the taxonomic hierarchy (see status novus) (Art. 7.4).
  20. SRM/RMs can have one the following status values:
  21. Many Xlib functions return a success status. If the function does not succeed, however, its arguments are not disturbed.
  22. CIDA's projects progress through a life cycle of tentative, planning, operational, terminating, and closed. CIDA only publishes project data after the project has been approved and is in operational status. ...
  23. The place in an online catalog record that tells you whether an item is available, checked out, etc.
  24. A condition that describes an audience member before and also after a program, sometimes termed a “life condition.” A  “status” can often be changed (such as becoming a high school graduate). ...
  25. Availability of specific policy: Available or Closed.