Definition of to scale in English:

to scale

With a uniform reduction or enlargement: it is hard to build models to scale from a drawing
More example sentences
  • If there are increasing returns to scale, this output reduction means an increase in average cost.
  • He arranged for a model of Khe Sanh built to scale to be set up in the White House basement.
  • My picture of the world is drawn in perspective, and not like a model to scale.
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