- उंच ठिकाणी चढणे ⇄ scale marathi
- कीट ⇄ scale marathi
- कीटन ⇄ scale marathi
- खवला ⇄ scale marathi
- खवले काढणे ⇄ scale marathi
- डोळ्यांवर पट्टी बांधणे ⇄ scale marathi
- तराजु ⇄ scale marathi
- तराजू ⇄ scale marathi
- दुर्गम ठिकाणी चढणे ⇄ scale marathi
- पापुद्रा ⇄ scale marathi
- पारडे ⇄ scale marathi
- पूट ⇄ scale marathi
- प्रमाण ⇄ scale marathi
- प्रमाणपट्टी ⇄ scale marathi
- फूटपट्टी ⇄ scale marathi
- मान ⇄ scale marathi
- मापक्रम ⇄ scale marathi
- मापनपट्टी ⇄ scale marathi
- मापनश्रेणी ⇄ scale marathi
- मापनी ⇄ scale marathi
- मापप्रमाण ⇄ scale marathi
- माशाचे खवले ⇄ scale marathi
- मोजण्याचे मापण्याचे साधन ⇄ scale marathi
- मोजपट्टी ⇄ scale marathi
- मोजमापाची पट्टी ⇄ scale marathi
- शल्क ⇄ scale marathi
- श्रेणी ⇄ scale marathi
- सारणी ⇄ scale marathi
- स्वरग्राम ⇄ scale marathi
scale in Hindi हिन्दी
- अनुमाप मान ⇄ scale hindi
- चढ़ना ⇄ scale hindi
- छूटना ⇄ scale hindi
- तराज़ू में तोलना ⇄ scale hindi
- तल ⇄ scale hindi
- तह ⇄ scale hindi
- तुलाराशि ⇄ scale hindi
- नाप ⇄ scale hindi
- पपड़ी ⇄ scale hindi
- पपड़ी के रूप में उतरना ⇄ scale hindi
- पपड़ी पड़ना ⇄ scale hindi
- परिमाण ⇄ scale hindi
- पलड़ा ⇄ scale hindi
- पल्ला ⇄ scale hindi
- मापक ⇄ scale hindi
- मापक्रम ⇄ scale hindi
- मापन ⇄ scale hindi
- रूलर ⇄ scale hindi
- वज़न रखना ⇄ scale hindi
- शल्क ⇄ scale hindi
- श्रेणी ⇄ scale hindi
- सतह ⇄ scale hindi
- सरगम ⇄ scale hindi
- सीमा ⇄ scale hindi
- से शल्क हटाना ⇄ scale hindi
- स्केल ⇄ scale hindi
- स्तर ⇄ scale hindi
- स्वरग्राम ⇄ scale hindi
scale in Telugu తెలుగు
scale in English
- scale ⇄ adj. based upon or using a scale.
Ex. a scale drawing, scale singing.english
- scale ⇄ adj. scalelike. english
- scale ⇄ Binet test orscale, Binet-Simon test. english
- scale ⇄ Binet-Simon test orscale,
an individual intelligence test first published in 1905 and subsequently revised, used in schools, the armed forces, and other institutions, for determining the mental age of children or adults by means of their performanceenglish
- scale ⇄ expr. tip the scales,
a. to have as one's weight.
Ex. Quarterback Joseph Weiss ... stands 6 ft. 4 in. and tips the scales at an even 200 lbs. (Time).
b. (Figurative.) to overbalance one for another.
Ex. He also believes that theenglish
- scale ⇄ expr. turn the scale (or scales),
a. to weigh slightly more than.
Ex. He had weighed it carefully ... and it turned the scale at thirty-four pounds (J. K. Jerome).
b. (Figurative.) to determine the success or superiority of one of twoenglish
- scale ⇄ noun 1. a series of steps or degrees; scheme of graded amounts, especially from the lowest to the highest.
Ex. The scale of wages in this factory ranges from ten dollars to twenty dollars a day. He was not at all certain that it did not sometimes henglish
- scale ⇄ noun 1. the dish or pan of a balance.
2. Usually, scales. a balance; instrument for weighing.
Ex. bathroom scales. The butcher weighed the turkey on the scales. The baby scale helps record the growth of tiny infants (E. A. Fessenden).english
- scale ⇄ noun 1a. one of the thin, flat, hard plates forming the outer covering of many fishes, snakes, and lizards.
b. a part like this in other animals, such as one of the very small plates covering the wings of moths and butterflies or one of the platesenglish
- scale ⇄ scale (1), noun, verb, scaled,scaling. english
- scale ⇄ scale (2), noun, verb, scaled,scaling. english
- scale ⇄ scale (3), noun, verb, scaled,scaling,adjective. english
- scale ⇄ v.i. 1. to be weighed.
2. to have weight.english
- scale ⇄ v.i. 1. to come off in scales.
Ex. The paint is scaling off the house.
2. to become coated with scale.english
- scale ⇄ v.i. 1. to go upward; climb.
(SYN) ascend, mount.
2. to form a graduated series.english
- scale ⇄ v.t. 1. to reduce or increase by a certain amount in relation to other amounts.
Ex. To draw this map, mileage was scaled down to one inch for each 100 miles. The 22 striking unions--which had scaled down their wage demands to an 18 1/2-cent-an-hourenglish
- scale ⇄ v.t. 1. to remove scales from.
Ex. He scaled the fish with a sharp knife.
2. to remove in thin layers.
3. to cover with scales.
4. to throw (a thin flat object) so that it moves edgewise.
Ex. to scale a paper plate.
Ex. He scales 180 pounds. Thousands of trout fishermen have never seen a brook trout that scaled six pounds (New York Times).
2. to weigh in scales; measure.
Ex. (Figurative.) You have found, scaling his present beari