raddfa, graddfa, cen, cennau, chen, chennau, gen, gennau, graddfeydd, nghen, nghennau, ngraddfa, ngraddfeydd, raddfeydddringo, dringaf, dringa’, dringai, dringais, dringaist, dringan, dringant, dringasai, dringasant, dringen, dringasem, dringasent, dringasid, dringasit, dringasoch, dringasom, dringaswn, dringech, dringed, dringem, dringasech, dringoch, dringent, dringer, dringes, dringest, dringet, dringi, dringid, dringiff, dringir, dring, ddringent, dringodd, dringom, dringon, dringont, dringwch, dringwn, dringwyd, dringwyf, dringych, dringith, ddringasent, ddringaf, ddringai, ddringais, ddringaist, ddringan, ddringant, ddringasai, ddringasant, ddringasech, ddringen, ddringa’, ddringasid, ddringasit, ddringasoch, ddringasom, ddringaswn, ddringech, ddringed, ddringem, ddringasem, ddringodd, ddringes, ddringest, ddringet, ddringi, ddringid, ddringiff, ddringir, ddringith, ddring, ddringoch, ddringer, ddringom, ddringon, ddringont, ddringwch, ddringwn, ddringwyd, ddringwyf, ddringych, ddringodringo, nringo
Noun(1) an ordered reference standard(2) relative magnitude(3) the ratio between the size of something and a representation of it(4) a specialized leaf or bract that protects a bud or catkin(5) a thin flake of dead epidermis shed from the surface of the skin(6) (music, usually within an octave(7) a measuring instrument for weighing; shows amount of mass(8) an indicator having a graduated sequence of marks(9) a metal sheathing of uniform thickness (such as the shield attached to an artillery piece to protect the gunners(10) a flattened rigid plate forming part of the body covering of many animals
Verb(1) measure by or as if by a scale(2) pattern, make, regulate, set, measure, or estimate according to some rate or standard(3) take by attacking with scaling ladders(4) reach the highest point of(5) climb up by means of a ladder(6) remove the scales from(7) measure with or as if with scales(8) size or measure according to a scale
(1) The scale is logarithmic so a solution with a pH value of 3 has 10 times as much hydrogen ion activity as one whose pH value is 4.(2) The new business opportunities have encouraged entrepreneurship on a grand scale .(3) the scale of C major(4) We might imagine a scale with two balancing pans.(5) a disaster of this scale(6) an Ordnance Survey map on a scale of 1:2500(7) Nick has a new theory - you can only persuade people to upgrade on a logarithmic scale .(8) All writers, he once said, were liars and with regard to his military service he lied on a grand scale .(9) salary scale(10) If it's organic, from the soul - you can't reproduce it on a grand scale , like other things that have been pasteurized and distributed.(11) Floor plans and a scale model of the Gallery Quay development are on show today from 2-4pm at the on site marketing suite.(12) the mean delivery time is plotted against a scale on the right(13) The gruelling climb will see the participants scale heights of 4000m in very difficult conditions.(14) A logarithmic scale is used to better represent the multiplier's relative magnitudes.(15) As for teaching standards, we recently did well in an official Ofsted inspection (achieving grade two on a scale of 1-5).(16) the vertical axis is given on a logarithmic scale
(1) scale up :: graddio i fyny
1. plate ::
2. flake ::
3. buildup ::
4. calibrated system ::
5. hierarchy ::
6. ratio ::
7. extent ::
8. shell ::
9. scale leaf ::
dail ar raddfa
12. musical scale ::
13. climb ::
14. descale ::
15. surmount ::
Different Formsscale, scaled, scaleless, scales, scaling
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