status
noun (plural statuses) Usage: often attributive Etymology: Latin — more at state Date: circa 1630 1. a. position or rank in relation to others <
the status of a father
>
b. relative rank in a hierarchy of prestige; especially high prestige 2. the condition of a person or thing in the eyes of the law 3. state or condition with respect to circumstances <
the status of the negotiations
>

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