1Able to be measured; having fixed limits.
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- A detection device for sensing the passage of a discrete body through a cely fitting pipe comprises a constriction which, by interaction with the moving body, produces a change in a mensurable parameter in the region of the constriction, which change is sensed by a suitable detector.
- t follows, that the quantity of a force is its effect, as mensurable by time and space.
late Middle English (in the sense 'moderate'): from late Latin mensurabilis, from mensurare 'to measure', from Latin mensura 'measure'.
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- Continuing his interest in the theory of real functions he was awarded his doctorate in 1916 for a dissertation on single-valued mappings and mensurability.
- Mensurability is too rough an indication of existence, because mensurability itself is too conditioned a conception.
Pronunciation: /ˌmenCHərəˈbilətē, ˌmensər-/noun