status

noun
ADJECTIVE
elite (esp. AmE), great, high, superior
inferior, low, lowly

low-status jobs

relative

The relative status of the speakers affects what language is used.

equal
current
full

The Institute has now achieved full status as part of the University.

privileged, special
insider, outsider

My outsider status granted me special insights.

amateur
economic, educational, employment, financial, occupational, professional, social, socio-economic

a payment made to every individual irrespective of employment status

minority

the minority status of Catholics in Virginia

marital
health, HIV

He has told family and friends of his HIV status.

legal

They argued that the email had no signature and therefore no legal status.

diplomatic
citizenship (esp. AmE), immigrant, immigration, refugee, resident
independent

A majority voted for fully independent status for the region.

charitable, charity (both esp. BrE)

The organization has charitable status.

non-profit, not-for-profit (both esp. AmE)
college, foundation (both BrE)

hospitals that have been given foundation status

tax-exempt (esp. AmE)
international
superpower

the United States' rise to superpower status

celebrity, star, superstar

He achieved celebrity status through his role in a popular sitcom.

canonical, classic, cult, legendary

a car from the 50s that has acquired cult status

VERB + STATUS
enjoy, have

The teaching profession has a low status in this country.

This sort of bike has status among teenagers.

achieve, acquire, attain, gain, get

Marrying a rich woman helped him achieve status.

They have acquired refugee status.

bring sb, give sb

Owning the yacht has given them status.

accord, attach, confer, give

High social status is attached to the legal profession.

recognize
befit

At last James had an office that befitted his status.

enhance, improve, raise

They are campaigning to raise the status of nurses.

elevate to

The show has been elevated to cult status.

lower
change
cement, confirm

This performance confirmed her status as a world-class athlete.

maintain, retain
lose

Churches seem to have lost some of their status.

regain
apply for

She applied for resident status but was turned down.

check, clarify, determine

Officers could determine their legal status.

deny sb, refuse sb

Women are still denied equal status in the company.

STATUS + NOUN
symbol

Scars are status symbols among mountain-bike riders.

PREPOSITION
status as

China's status as an economic superpower

status among

The company has managed to maintain its status among retailers.

status of

the status of women

PHRASES
change in status

the change in status of teachers


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