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remeasure

Line breaks: re|meas¦ure
Pronunciation: /riːˈmɛʒə
 
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Definition of remeasure in English:

verb

[with object]
Measure again: the builder’s surveyor will normally remeasure the work
More example sentences
  • This time was widely disputed even though the Turf Club declared that it was satisfied with the accuracy of the timing mechanism and the distance was found to be correct when the course was remeasured two days after the race.
  • Once I was confident I had the right location (by measuring and remeasuring about 50 million times) I drilled a hole using a 1/4 inch drill bit.
  • We censused marked fish at approximately weekly intervals until we terminated the sampling between 26 and 31 July 1997 by collecting and remeasuring all marked fish.

Derivatives

remeasurement

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noun
Example sentences
  • The reliability coefficient may be interpreted as a correlation coefficient between this measurement and a hypothetical remeasurement taken under similar conditions.
  • The relationship between Hintze's original numbers and the 1965 remeasurements (also in feet) are given by Hintze.
  • Studies based upon the continued remeasurement of a single site through time have shown results similar to those of our study.

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