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Turkish translation of “measure”

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measure

noun
 
 
/ˈmeʒər/
METHOD [C] B2 a way of achieving something or dealing with a situation
önlem, tedbir
This arrangement is only a temporary measure. We must take preventative measures to stop the spread of the disease. security measures Ways of achieving things
a measure of sth a good way of judging something
ölçü, derece, kıstas, gösterge
Ticket sales are not necessarily a measure of the show's popularity.Analysing and evaluatingAssessing and estimating value
a/some measure of sth formal an amount of something
bir miktar, bir derceye kadar, bir ölçüde
Bulletproof vests give some measure of protection.General words for size and amount
SIZE [U] a way of measuring something
ölçü, ölçüm, hesaplama
The basic units of measure we use are distance, time, and mass.Weighing and measuringGeneral words for size and amountMeasurements in general
→  See also tape measure , for good measure
Translations of “measure”
in Korean 조치, 단위…
in Arabic إجراء, قياس…
in French instrument de mesure, mesure, un(e) certain(e)…
in Italian misura…
in Chinese (Traditional) 方法, 方法,措施…
in Russian мера, измерение…
in Polish krok, środek, miara…
in Spanish medida, grado, cantidad…
in Portuguese medida…
in German das Meßgerät, das Maß, die Maßeinheit…
in Catalan mesura…
in Japanese 方策, 処置, 計測…
in Chinese (Simplified) 方法, 方法,措施…
(Definition of measure noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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