[mezh-er-uh-buh l] /ˈmɛʒ ər ə bəl/
capable of being .
able to be measured; perceptible or significant
c.1300, “moderate,” from Old French mesurable “restrained, moderate, sensible; restricted,” from Late Latin mensurabilis, from mensurare (see measure (v.)). Meaning “that can be measured” is from mid-14c. Related: Measurably.
- Measured daywork
/ˈdeɪˌwɜːk/ noun 1. a system of wage payment, usually determined by work-study techniques, whereby the wage of an employee is fixed on the understanding that a specific level of work performance will be maintained
noun 1. a comedy (1604) by Shakespeare.
[mezh-er-lis] /ˈmɛʒ ər lɪs/ adjective 1. too large or great to be measured; unlimited; immeasurable: a measureless distance; measureless contempt. /ˈmɛʒəlɪs/ adjective 1. limitless, vast, or infinite
[mezh-er-muh nt] /ˈmɛʒ ər mənt/ noun 1. the act of . 2. a dimension. 3. extent, size, etc., ascertained by . 4. a system of or : liquid measurement. /ˈmɛʒəmənt/ noun 1. the act or process of measuring 2. an amount, extent, or size determined by measuring 3. a system of measures based on a […]