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Translation of "scale" - English-Turkish dictionary

scale

noun     /skeɪl/
SIZE [no plural]
B2 the size or level of something boyut, ölçüt, derece, kapsam, çap We don't yet know the scale of the problem. Nuclear weapons cause destruction on a massive scale (= cause a lot of destruction).General words for size and amount
large-/small-scale
A large-/small-scale event or activity is large/small in size. büyük-/küçük- ölçekte/çapta/ölçüde/çapta a large-scale investigationGeneral words for size and amount
MEASURING SYSTEM [C]
B2 the set of numbers, amounts, etc used to measure or compare the level of something derece, ölçü, ölçek, cetvel How would you rate her work on a scale of 1-10?General words for size and amount
EQUIPMENT [C] US ( UK scales [plural])
a piece of equipment for measuring weight tartı, terazi a bathroom/kitchen scale Weighing, measuring and counting devices
COMPARISON [C, U]
B2 how the size of things on a map, model, etc relates to the same things in real life ölçü, mikyas a map with a scale of one centimetre per ten kilometresModels and mouldsMeasurements in general
MUSIC [C]
a series of musical notes that is always played in order and that rises gradually from the first note gam Notes of the musical scale
SKIN [C]
one of the flat pieces of hard material that covers the skin of fish and snakes (balık, yılan) pul, kabuk The skin, hair and bone of non-human animals
(Definition of scale noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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