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criteria (plural)
Standards for judgment.

There is no such thing as one criteria. "These are the criteria you must follow if you want to succeed."

There's but one
Folks inferia
Say "one criteria."
—Willard R. Espy in "Say It My Way"
This entry is located in the following units: cris-, crit-, cri- (page 1) Latin Proverbs, Mottoes, Phrases, and Words: Group C (page 5)
criterion (s), criteria (pl)
criterion (krigh TIR ee uhn) (noun)
The basis or standard upon which a judgment may be made: Erma was adamant about her criterion that a good husband must be loving and honest.
criteria (krigh TIR ee uh) (noun)
Things that are used as reasons for making judgments or decisions: The criteria, or qualifications, used to determine the winners of the writing contest were clearly presented by the moderator who presided over the competition.

There were several criteria for choosing a winner in the writing competition.

One criterion was that there be clarity of prose in the compositions.