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  1. merit

    • IPA[ˈmɛrɪt]

    英式

    • n.
      the quality of being particularly good or worthy, especially so as to deserve praise or reward;a good feature or point
    • v.
      deserve or be worthy of (reward, punishment, or attention)
    • verb: merit, 3rd person present: merits, gerund or present participle: meriting, past tense: merited, past participle: merited

    • noun: merit, plural noun: merits

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    • 1. deserve or be worthy of (reward, punishment, or attention) the results have been encouraging enough to merit further investigation
    • n.
      a list of pupils selected and ranked according to the marks achieved in an academic examination ... Srinagar topped the merit list in Sciences with 91 percent marks

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    • n.
      a commodity or service, such as education, that is regarded by society or government as ...

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    • n.
      a financial award given by an organization to reward excellence in a particular field.

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    • n.
      a system in which a post or promotion is awarded on the basis of competence rather than other ... in contrast to Britain, the United States never imposed the merit system across the entire civil service

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    • ph.
      see Order of Merit

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    • n.
      a US military decoration, ranking below the Silver Star and above the Distinguished Flying ...

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    • n.
      a numerical expression representing the performance or efficiency of a given device, material, ...

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    • ph.
      (in the UK) an order founded in 1902, for distinguished achievement, with membership limited to ...

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    • n.
      the quality of being particularly good or worthy, especially so as to deserve praise or reward: composers of outstanding merit
    • v.
      deserve or be worthy of (something, especially reward, punishment, or attention): the results have been encouraging enough to merit further investigation

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