measurement


measurement
I noun admeasurement, amount, analysis, appraisal, appraisement, assessment, bulk, calculation, capaciousness, capacity, computation, dimensions, estimate, estimation, extent, gauge, girth, greatness, largeness, limit, magnitude, mass, measure, mensio, mensura, mensuration, metage, meterage, quantification, quantity, rating, reckoning, size, span, survey, valuation, vastness associated concepts: measurement of damages, measurement of liability II index amount (quantity), appraisal, appreciation (perception), census, comparison, computation, degree (magnitude), estimate (approximate cost), estimation (calculation), magnitude, mass (weight), quantity, rating

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