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Spanish translation of “measure”

measure

verb
to show the size, amount etc of
medir
A thermometer measures temperature.
(with against, besidesetc) to judge in comparison with
evaluar
She measured her skill in cooking against her friend’s.
to be a certain size
medir
This table measures two metres by one metre.
(Definition of measure from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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