# Measurements synonyms and antonyms

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Limit; bounds:
The process of making an estimate.
A method of computing.
(Chemistry) The separation of a substance into its constituent elements to determine either their nature (qualitative analysis) or their proportions (quantitative analysis).
(Countable) That which is determined upon; result of deliberation; purpose; conclusion formed; fixed resolution.
(Countable) Reckoning, estimate.
The number of pounds a horse is required to carry for a particular race, including the weight of the jockey, the saddle, and, often, added lead weights
A quantity, bulk, mass, or amount
Relative amount or number, as of population or contents:
A considerable amount or number:
A large but nonspecific amount or number:
Size or measurable quantity
A piece, often of a standard size, that is normally measured along its greatest dimension:
The highest point or maximum degree.
The ratio of the number of times a characteristic occurs to the number of trials in which it can potentially occur
A depiction of a such a point or area.
Extent, size, or degree
The maximum amount that can be held
An amount assessed, as for taxation.
A surface, especially an open, unoccupied piece of ground:
A number; a sum.
Yard is defined as a measurement of length that equals 3 feet or 36 inches.
(Brit.) Foot soldiers; infantry
The definition of an inch is a small measurement equal to 1/12th of a foot or 2.54 centimeters.
The strongest part of something; that on which confidence or reliance is based.
A small space or distance.
A period of time:
Any of the stages in an orderly, systematic progression; step; degree
A measure of how easily a mineral can be scratched. Hardness is measured on the Mohs scale.
The size of a bullet or shell as measured by its diameter
(Physics) The change of velocity with respect to time (can include deceleration or changing direction).
The length of time the shutter is opened for an exposure
(Physics) The amount of force that is applied over a given area divided by the size of this area.
Degree or extent; relative strength, magnitude, vigor, etc.
A measure of this; specif., a number indicating the ability of a motor oil to maintain its viscosity with seasonal changes of temperature
Range or scope of influence or effect:
(Linguistics) The range over a part of a sentence or discourse that a quantifier has an effect on.
A high place or region
The area or sphere in which an activity takes place:
The thickest place or part
2013 May-June, Kevin Heng, “Why Does Nature Form Exoplanets Easily?”, American Scientist, volume 101, number 3, page 184: