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Synonyms for benchmark

a means by which individuals are compared and judged

Synonyms for benchmark

a standard by which something can be measured or judged

a surveyor's mark on a permanent object of predetermined position and elevation used as a reference point

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To support the launch of the franchise, Hanley-Wood has also commissioned a research project designed to bench-mark Internet usage in the home building industry.
Dr Yuan's team used the biological bench-mark of vaginal patency - the time in a woman's life when the sex organ becomes ready for reproductive activity - as the point of sexual maturity.
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JAMIE Oliver is set to slot into Redditch United's midfield as they look to move past the survival bench-mark of 40 points tonight.
Visually stunning, the work of top Spanish architect Rafael Moneo, it's not only both superbly equipped with all the latest technology, but has also been built with advice from the World Wide Fund for Nature as part of a massive project to develop a wine estate to be a bench-mark for environmental sustainability.
This key bench-mark remains down about 14% from cycle peaks in 2000, but Wachovia is forecasting a fourth-quarter recovery followed by 2-4% growth in 2004.