ˈmeʒəmənt сущ.
1) снятие мерок, измерение (действие) , обмер
2) обыкн. мн. размеры, мерка;
измерение (длина, ширина, высота и т.д.) to take a measurementснять мерку to take smb.'s measurements ≈ снять мерку с кого-л. exact measurements ≈ точные размеры chest measurements ≈ объем груди waist measurements ≈ объем талии Syn : dimension
3) система мер metric measurement ≈ метрическая система мер scientific measurement ≈ научная система мер измерение, замер - the * of ground замер земли обыкн. pl размеры - the *s of room размеры комнаты - to take smb.'s *s снимать мерку с кого-л. - waist * обьем талии система мер - the metric system of *s метрическая система мер floating ~ измерение без заземления measurement замер ~ измерение (действие) ~ измерение ~ нормирование ~ размер ~ (обыкн. pl) размеры ~ система мер risk ~ измерение риска time-shared ~ поочередное измерение tonnage ~ измерение грузоподъемности

Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь. 2001.

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