The quantity, size, weight, distance or capacity of a substance compared to a designated standard. (noun) एक निर्दिष्ट मानक की तुलना में किसी पदार्थ की मात्रा, आकार, वजन, दूरी या क्षमता।
To ascertain the quantity of a unit of material via calculatedcomparison with respect to a standard. (verb) एक मानक के संबंध में परिकलित तुलना के माध्यम से सामग्री की एक इकाई की मात्रा का पता लगाने के लिए।
Examples of word measure
It is interesting to find that when "measured music" was finally inaugurated there were at first but two measure-signatures, viz. -- the circle, standing for three-beat measure (the so-called _perfect measure_) and the semi-circle (or broken circle) which indicated two-beat measure.
Because I had so earnestly advocated Emancipation as a war measure at a time when even the most fiery and advanced Abolition papers, such as the _Tribune_, were holding back and shouting _pas trop de zele_ -- and as it proved wisely, by advocating it publicly -- _merely as a war measure_ -- the President, at the request of George H. Boker, actually signed for me fifty duplicate very handsome copies of the Proclamation of
IV. vii.3 (461,1) every measure fail me] All good which I shall allot thee, or _measure out_ to thee, will be scanty.
If the measure is approved, the City Council would be prohibited in the future from altering the term-limits law in any way that affects incumbents.
"Though this is only a short term measure, and maybe a bit overdoing it, I just don't trust the uncertainty," Mr. Rubin says.
He says that the short-term measure is necessary because of unfair coverage of his government.
Ricketts disagreed with the suggestion that the measure is an attempt to purge moderate voices from the GOP.
"Ricketts disagreed with the suggestion that the measure is an attempt to purge moderate voices from the GOP."