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Translation of "measure" - English-Turkish dictionary

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
(Definition of measure noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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