|nach Mass||made to measure|
|nach Mass machen||to make to order|
|in gewissem Mass||in some degree|
|Stufe, Grad, Mass||degree|
|visierte, mass aus||gauged|
|Mass, Massstab, justieren||gauge|
|Phon (Mass der Lautstaerke)||phon|
|Massnahme, Mass, Masseinheit||measure|
|Sie kennt nicht Mass und Ziel.||she doesn't know her meter and bounds.|
|Lux (Mass fuer Beleuchtungsstaerke)||lux|
|es haengt in hohem Mass von Ihnen ab||it depends largely upon you|
|Entropie, Mass fuer den Informationsgehalt||entropy|
|Körpermassenzahl f; Body-Mass-Index m BMI||body mass index|
|Körpermassenzahl f; Body-Mass-Index m BMI ||body mass index|
|messen, ab-, vermessen, eichen, Pegel, Mass, Dicke, Breite||gage|
|Ausrichtung auf ein Maß Eichung Justage Justierung Kalibration Messung|
|Maß Maßstab Messung Vermessung|
|Maß Pegel Wasserpegel|
|mit zweierlei Maß ungleich|
|air mass anticyclone cold front cold sector cyclone front high high-pressure area isobar isometric|
|Black Mass Satanism black magic chthonian worship demonism demonography demonolatry demonology demonomancy demonomy|
|Mass Agnus Dei Alleluia Anamnesis Blessing Canon Collect Communion Consecration Credo|
|mass G G suit Negro spiritual a mass of a world of abundance accouple accumulate accumulation|
|gauge Johansson block T square adjust amount amplitude appraise appreciate area assay assess barometer basis benchmark bigness body breadth bulk calculate caliber calibrate caliper calipers call canon capacity catalog categorize chain check check a parameter class classify compass compute coverage criterion degree depth determine dial diameter dimension dimensions dipstick divide dividers enlarge estimate evaluate example expanse expansion extension extent factor fathom feeler gauge figure foot rule form an estimate gage gauge block gauger girth give an appreciation goniometer grade gradiometer graduate graduated scale greatness group guess guide guideline height identify instrument judge largeness length level limit line litmus test log log line magnitude make an estimation mark mass match measure measurement measurer mensurate mete meter meterstick micrometer model norm octant pace parameter pattern plumb plumb rule prize probe proportion proportions protractor quadrant quantify quantity quantize radius range rank rate reach reading readout reckon rod rule ruler scale scope sector set square sextant sift size size up sort sort out sound span spirit level spread square standard step survey take a reading tape tape measure tapeline test theodolite thrash out touchstone transit transit theodolite triangulate try square type valuate value vernier vernier caliper volume weigh width winnow yardstick|
|Broad gauge |
() A wider distance between the rails than the "standard" gauge of four feet eight inches and a half. See Gauge.
(v. t.) To measure or determine with a gauge.
(v. t.) To measure or to ascertain the contents or the capacity of, as of a pipe, barrel, or keg.
(v. t.) To measure the dimensions of, or to test the accuracy of the form of, as of a part of a gunlock.
(v. t.) To draw into equidistant gathers by running a thread through it, as cloth or a garment.
(v. t.) To measure the capacity, character, or ability of
(n.) A measure
(n.) Any instrument for ascertaining or regulating the dimensions or forms of things
(n.) Any instrument or apparatus for measuring the state of a phenomenon, or for ascertaining its numerical elements at any moment
(n.) Relative positions of two or more vessels with reference to the wind
(n.) The depth to which a vessel sinks in the water.
(n.) The distance between the rails of a railway.
(n.) The quantity of plaster of Paris used with common plaster to accelerate its setting.
(n.) That part of a shingle, slate, or tile, which is exposed to the weather, when laid
|Sea gauge |
() See under Gauge, n.
|Water gauge |
() A wall or bank to hold water back.
|Water gauge |
() An instrument for measuring or ascertaining the depth or quantity of water, or for indicating the height of its surface, as in the boiler of a steam engine. See Gauge.
|a gauge for recording the speed and direction of wind|
|broad gauge||a railroad track (or its width) broader than the standard . inches|
|depth gauge |
|a gauge for measuring the depth of grooves or holes or other concavities|
|fuel gauge |
|an indicator of the amount of fuel remaining in a vehicle|
|gasoline gauge |
|gauge that indicates the amount of gasoline left in the gasoline tank of a vehicle|
|a measuring instrument for measuring and indicating a quantity such as the thickness of wire or the amount of rain etc.|
|caliper for measuring small distances|
|narrow gauge||a railroad track (or its width) narrower than the standard . inches|
|pressure gauge |
|gauge for measuring and indicating fluid pressure|
|rain gauge |
|gauge consisting of an instrument to measure the quantity of precipitation|
|standard gauge||railroad track having the standard width of . inches|
|strain gauge |
|a gauge for measuring strain in a surface|
|surface gauge |
|gauge consisting of a scriber mounted on an adjustable stand, used to test the accuracy of plane surfaces|
|vacuum gauge |
|a gauge for indicating negative atmospheric pressure|
|water gauge |
|gauge for indicating the level of water in e.g. a tank or boiler or reservoir|
|wire gauge |
|gauge for measuring the diameter of wire|
gauge caliber calibre
|diameter of a tube or gun barrel|
|gauge||the thickness of wire|
|gauge||the distance between the rails of a railway or between the wheels of a train|
|gauge boson||a particle that mediates the interaction of two elementary particles|
standard of measurement
|accepted or approved instance or example of a quantity or quality against which others are judged or measured or compared|
|gauge||mix in specific proportions, gauge plaster|
|gauge||adapt to a specified measurement, gauge the instruments|
|gauge||measure precisely and against a standard, the wire is gauged|
|judge tentatively or form an estimate of (quantities or time), I estimate this chicken to weigh three pounds|
|gauge||determine the capacity, volume, or contents of by measurement and calculation, gauge the wine barrels|
|gauge||rub to a uniform size, gauge bricks|