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Guest:Seems like a simple question yet it has me stumped at the moment. I'd guess stati but I don't know if that's common enough usage for people to understand.
I can't even think of a sentence where the plural form of status would be required.
Nevertheless, according to Merriam Webster dictionary the plural form is statuses.
You can find [url="http://www.m-w.com /"]Merriam-Webster Dictionary[/url] here: http://www.m-w.com /.
I hope that helps.
Anonymous:Thank you very much. I am a technical writer for a software company and require this for a knowledgebase article that defines each of the statuses available for an item in the software. In case it ever comes up again, while I was awaiting your response I found it in the Gregg Reference Manual, Tenth Edition.
Thanks for your quick response!
Anonymous:Thank you so much! I am also a technical writer and was in the exact same boat - I needed to use the plural form of "status" in an FAQ document describing the different statuses assigned by our product.
Anonymous:statuses per dictionary.com
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