Norm

Norm,

Definition of Norm:

  1. Informal guidelines on what is considered normal social behavior (right or wrong) in a particular group or social unit. Routines are the basis of collective expectations that community members hold of each other and play a key role in social control and discipline, putting pressure on individuals to act. In short, how we work here.

  2. Something ordinary, normal or trivial.

  3. Formal rules and regulations established by legal, religious or social authorities that assess a person's conduct (good or bad).

  4. The product of a complex number and its components is equal to the square of its original and imaginary components or the positive square root of that number.

Synonyms of Norm

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How to use Norm in a sentence?

  1. This system has been standard in Germany for decades.
  2. If one deviates from the norm, he will draw attention to himself because his deeds are very different from other people.
  3. During the first few weeks of his new job, Barbers' manager criticized him harshly, and he realized that his childish screams were not an exception in this office, but a minor one.
  4. Sometimes things get out of hand in the business world and those who can take advantage of it.

Meaning of Norm & Norm Definition