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measure sth out

phrasal verb with measure uk   /ˈmeʒ.ər/  us   /ˈmeʒ.ɚ/ verb
to weigh or measure a small amount of something from a larger amount of something: Measure out 250 grams of flour and sift it into a large mixing bowl.
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measure sth out

phrasal verb with measure uk   us   /ˈmeʒər/ verb
to weigh or measure a small amount of something from a larger amount: Measure out two tablespoons of sugar and add to the hot water.
(Definition of measure sth out from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “measure sth out”
in Chinese (Simplified) 量出,称出…
in Turkish miktarını belirlemek, ölçerek almak…
in Russian отмерять, отсчитывать…
in Chinese (Traditional) 量出,稱出…
in Polish odmierzać coś…
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