the property of a set of points for which, given any small number, there exists a set of intervals such that each point of the given set is contained in at least one of the intervals and such that, essentially, the combined length of the intervals is less than the small number.
- Measuring jug
noun 1. a graduated jug used in cooking to measure ingredients
noun 1. a graduated cup used especially in cooking for measuring ingredients.
noun 1. a spoon for measuring amounts, as in cooking, usually part of a set of spoons of different sizes.
[mezh-er-ing-wurm] /ˈmɛʒ ər ɪŋˌwɜrm/ noun 1. the larva of any geometrid moth, which progresses by bringing the rear end of the body forward and then advancing the front end.