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gauge

noun [C] (MEASURE) 测量 ( US also gage)     /ɡeɪdʒ/
a device for measuring the amount or size of something 测量仪器;测量仪表 a fuel/rain/temperature gauge 燃料表/雨量计/温度计 Weighing, measuring and counting devices
a device used to measure the pressure of the air in a tyre (汽车)胎压计 a tyre gauge 胎压计 Weighing, measuring and counting devices
specialized the distance between the rails (= the two long metal bars fixed to the ground) on a railway line (铁轨)轨距 a narrow/standard gauge railway 窄轨距/标准轨距铁轨 Railways and railway lines
specialized the thickness of something, especially metal or wire (尤指金属板的)厚度;(尤指金属丝的)直径 Measurements in general
(Definition of gauge noun (MEASURE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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