Iso is defined as equal or similar.(prefix)
An example of iso is isobath, which is a line on a map that shows all areas with the same depth of water.
ISO is defined as the acronym for the International Organization for Standardization, headquartered in Switzerland. The ISO defines rules and standards to aid in tasks for virtually all products that people use, including rules and standards about how products are made and how quality control tests should be performed.(abbreviation)
An example of an ISO standard in the manufacturing environment are the extensive documentation procedures and written instructions, including tracking, which identify and trace everything touched in the process including tasks by suppliers, manufacturing, quality control and shipping clerks.
See ISO in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: < Gr isos, equal
See ISO in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: From Greek īsos, equal.
Origin: Greek īso-
Origin: , from īsos, equal.
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