German translation of 'measure'
- (= yardstick)
Maßstab m ( of für)
- (= yardstick)
⇒ a measure of length
ein Längenmaß nt
⇒ to have sth made to measure
etw nach Maß anfertigen lassen
⇒ the furniture has been made to measure
die Möbel sind Maßarbeit
⇒ beyond measure
⇒ can we regard this exam as a measure of intelligence?
kann diese Prüfung als Intelligenzmaßstab gelten?
⇒ it gave us some measure of the difficulty
es gab uns einen Begriff von der Schwierigkeit
⇒ it's a measure of his skill as a writer that ...
seine schriftstellerischen Fähigkeiten lassen sich daran beurteilen, dass ...
- (= amount measured)
⇒ a small measure of flour
ein wenig Mehl
⇒ wine is sold in measures of 1⁄4 litre (British) or liter (US)
Wein wird in Vierteln ausgeschenkt
⇒ for good measure
- (= extent) in some measure
in gewisser Hinsicht
⇒ some measure of
ein gewisses Maß an
⇒ to a large measure,
⇒ in large measure
in hohem Maße
⇒ to get the measure of sb/sth
jdn/etw (richtig) einschätzen
- (= step)
⇒ to take measures to do sth
Maßnahmen ergreifen, um etw zu tun
- (= take sb's measurements)
Maß nehmen bei
- (= take sb's measurements)
⇒ what does it measure?
wie groß ist es?
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Example Sentences Including 'measure'
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Other measures of consumer activity also point to a more restrained picture.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The yen had weakened recently after hints from the bank that new measures might be announced.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
This may have something to do with one of the measures of the past decade.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
We will begin by measuring in dollar amounts.International Finance: The markets and financial management of multinational business. (1983)
Where work is done determines in large measure also how it is done.THE ESSENTIAL DRUCKER (2001)
This outlines the remedial measures to be taken by companies to ensure future breaches are less likely.Computing (2010)
Find a familiar scoop to measure out the amounts.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Increasing assessment once had the sensible intention of making it easier to measure the extent to which essential skills were being taught.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Since last year's general election this has been ratcheted up as the government announced plans to measure university teaching standards.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The only way to be sure is to measure it - something that you can very easily do at home.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Then he used ultrasound to measure their muscle size.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
We measured the width of eight bays of different size in the car park.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
For good measure, he then adds a list of ten political podcasts he follows regularly.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Throw in a signature belt for good measure.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
We would be incapable of measuring the size of what we had until we had lost it.Times, Sunday Times (2012)
And thanks to the measures the government is putting in place this week, they definitely won't go out in future.The Sun (2017)
The discovery was made using electrodes to measure activity in the brains of snails searching for lettuce.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
This is but one measure of how much the championship week means to him.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
This is why it perennially contains measures that mainly suit the bureaucracy.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
We are putting in place a series of measures to raise standards.The Sun (2010)
You can build on flood plains if you take the right measures.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
Progress would be better measured by the degree to which no such racial hierarchies exist at all.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
The remedial measures that governments adopted included a massive increase in public borrowing.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
Waiting lists and cancer care are measured nationally which means that hospitals structure surgery around them.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
What resources do beleaguered pastors have, and how can they measure the strength of them?Christianity Today (2000)
Yet how can these assertions be measured against something that tastes so foul?Fats, Nutrition and Health (1991)
New varieties prepared did display large measured increases in yield under trial conditions.Science, Technology, and Social Change (1988)
While you are doing this it is also a good idea to measure the length of your rows.Planning the Organic Vegetable Garden (1986)
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'measure' in Other Languages
British English: measure /ˈmɛʒə/ VERB
If you measure something, you find out its size.
Measure the length of the table.
- American English: measure
- Arabic: يَقْيسُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: medir
- Chinese: 测量
- Croatian: mjeriti
- Czech: měřit
- Danish: måle
- Dutch: meten
- European Spanish: medir
- Finnish: mitata
- French: mesurer
- German: messen
- Greek: μετρώ
- Italian: misurare
- Japanese: 測定する
- Korean: 측정하다
- Norwegian: måle
- Polish: zmierzyć
- European Portuguese: medir
- Romanian: a măsura
- Russian: измерять
- Spanish: medir
- Swedish: mäta
- Thai: วัด
- Turkish: ölçmek
- Ukrainian: вимірювати
- Vietnamese: đo lường
British English: measure NOUN
A measure of a particular quality, feeling, or activity is a fairly large amount of it.
With the exception of this man, each attained a measure of success.
Translation of measure from the Collins English to German Dictionary