Spanish translation of 'double standard'
⇒ to have double standards,
⇒ have a double standard
aplicar una regla para unos y otra para otros
Example Sentences Including 'double standard'
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We may indeed need double standards.The Times Literary Supplement (2014)
Another double standard is the criticism of women politicians who feature in women's magazines.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
Double standard We want one of these coats ourselves and on us it will look classy.Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Another example of double standards.The Sun (2011)
There must be a double standard there.Times, Sunday Times (2009)
If there is an exemption for those providing herbal medicines it would set a double standard that could be very detrimental.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Used Occasionally. double standard is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'double standard' in Other Languages
British English: double standard NOUN
If you accuse a person or institution of applying double standards in their treatment of different groups of people, you mean that they unfairly allow more freedom of behaviour to one group than to another.
She accused the local police of operating double standards.
- American English: double standard
- Brazilian Portuguese: política de dois pesos e duas medidas
- Chinese: 双重标准
- European Spanish: doble juego
- French: deux poids deux mesures
- German: Doppelmoral
- Italian: due metri di giudizio diversi
- Japanese: 二重基準
- Korean: 이중 잣대
- European Portuguese: política de dois pesos e duas medidas
- Spanish: doble juego
Translation of double standard from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary