Meaning of “measure” - Learner’s Dictionary

measure

verb us uk /ˈmeʒər/
Extra Examples
The test is designed to measure a student's knowledge of specific subjects.It's hard to measure his contribution to the team.How can we measure the success of the scheme?Her work should be measured against that of people her own age.The book tries to measure his political achievements.
JUDGE [ T ]

to judge the quality, effect, importance, or value of something:

We will soon be able to measure the results of these policy changes.
They measured the performance of three different engines.
FIND SIZE [ T ]

B2 to find the size, weight, amount, or speed of something:

I've measured all the windows.
The distances were measured in kilometres.
BE SIZE [ I ]

B2 to be a certain size:

a whale measuring around 60 feet in length

(Definition of “measure verb” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)