Translation of "status" - English-Spanish dictionary

status

noun uk /ˈsteɪ.təs/ us /-t̬əs/

I an accepted or official position, especially in a social group

status
The association works to promote the status of retired people as useful members of the community.
There has been an increase in applications for refugee status.
The success of her book has given her unexpected celebrity status.
Applicants should have a degree or a qualification of equal status.

the amount of respect, admiration, or importance given to a person, organization, or object

status
high/low status
As the daughter of the president, she enjoys high status among her peers.
The leaders were often more concerned with status and privilege than with the problems of the people.

on a social media website, especially Facebook™, a piece of information that you publish about yourself telling people what you are doing, thinking, etc. at a particular time

status

(Translation of “status” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

status

noun /ˈsteitəs, (American also) ˈstӕ-/

the position of a person with regard to his legal rights etc

estatus, condición
If she marries a foreigner, will her status as a British citizen be affected?

a person’s social rank.

estatus social
status symbol noun

a possession that indicates one’s social importance

una propiedad que indica el valor social de alguien
a car, a private swimming pool, and other status symbols.

(Translation of “status” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)