scale

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scale englannista suomeksi

  1. valloittaa tikapuiden avulla

  2. skaalata, mitoittaa, muuttaa mittakaavaa

  3. suomustaa

  4. sävelasteikko, asteikko, skaala

  5. mittakaava

  6. arvoasteikko

  7. vaakakuppi, vaaka

  8. mallintaa

  9. hilse

  10. mitata

  11. kiivetä päälle

  12. kiivetä, kivuta

  13. lehti

  14. laatta

  15. suomu

  1. asteikko

  2. mittakaava, skaala, luokka

  3. mittakaava

  4. asteikko, sävelasteikko, skaala

  5. skaalata, muuttaa mittakaavaa">muuttaa mittakaavaa, suurentaa scale up, pienentää scale down, muuttaa kokoa">muuttaa kokoa

  6. kiivetä, kivuta

  7. skaalautua, mukautua

  8. punnita

  9. suomu

  10. hilse

  11. pajahilse

  12. suomupanssari

  13. suomustaa

  14. hilseillä

  15. poistaa hilse">poistaa hilse

  16. kuoria, höylätä

  17. vaakakuppi

  18. Substantiivi

scale englanniksi

  1. A ladder; a series of steps; a means of ascending.

  2. An ordered, usually numerical sequence used for measurement, means of assigning a magnitude.

  3. ''Please rate your experience on a scale from 1 to 10.''

    ''The magnitude of an earthquake is measured on the open-ended scale|Richter scale.''

  4. Size; scope.

  5. (quote-journal)

  6. (ux)

    ''There are some who question the scale of our ambitions.''

  7. The ratio of depicted distance to actual distance.

  8. ''This map uses a scale of 1:10.''

  9. A line or bar associated with a drawing, used to indicate measurement when the image has been magnified or reduced.

  10. (RQ:Schuster Hepaticae)

  11. A series of notes spanning an octave, tritave, or pseudo-octave, used to make melodies.

  12. A mathematical base for a numeral system; radix.

  13. ''the decimal scale; the binary scale''

  14. Gradation; succession of ascending and descending steps and degrees; progressive series; scheme of comparative rank or order.

  15. (RQ:Milton Divorce) which for want of studying in right order, all the world is in confusion.

  16. A standard amount of money to be received by a performer or writer, negotiated by a union.

  17. ''Sally wasn't the star of the show, so she was glad to be paid scale.''

  18. (senseid) To change the size of something whilst maintaining proportion; especially to change a process in order to produce much larger amounts of the final product.

  19. ''We should scale that up by a factor of 10.''

  20. To climb to the top of.

  21. ''Hilary and Norgay were the first known to have scaled Everest.''

  22. 1918, (w), Land That Time Forgot (novel)|The Land That Time Forgot Chapter IX

  23. At last I came to the great barrier-cliffs; and after three days of mad effort--of maniacal effort--I scaled them. I built crude ladders; I wedged sticks in narrow fissures; I chopped toe-holds and finger-holds with my long knife; but at last I scaled them. Near the summit I came upon a huge cavern.
  24. 1932, Dorothy L Sayers, ''Have his Carcase'', Chapter 1.

  25. A solitary rock is always attractive. All right-minded people feel an overwhelming desire to scale and sit upon it.
  26. To tolerate significant increases in throughput or other potentially limiting factors.

  27. ''That architecture won't scale to real-world environments.''

  28. To weigh, measure or grade according to a scale or system.

  29. (RQ:Shakespeare Coriolanus)

  30. Part of an overlapping arrangement of many small, flat and hard pieces of keratin covering the skin of an animal, particularly a fish or reptile.

  31. (RQ:Milton Paradise Lost)

  32. A small piece of pigmented chitin, many of which coat the wings of a butterfly or moth to give them their color.

  33. A flake of skin of an animal afflicted with dermatitis.

  34. Part of an overlapping arrangement of many small, flat and hard protective layers forming a pinecone that flare when mature to release nut seeds.

  35. The flaky material sloughed off heated metal.

  36. mail|Scale mail (as opposed to mail).

  37. Limescale.

  38. A insect.

  39. The thin metallic side plate of the handle of a pocketknife.

  40. To remove the scales of.

  41. ''Please scale that fish for dinner.''

    (syn)

  42. To become scaly; to produce or develop scales.

  43. ''The dry weather is making my skin scale.''

  44. To strip or clear of scale; to descale.

  45. ''to scale the inside of a boiler''

  46. To take off in thin layers or scales, as tartar from the teeth; to pare off, as a surface.

  47. (RQ:Burnet Eart)

  48. if all the mountains and hills were scaled, and the earth made even
  49. To separate and come off in thin layers or laminae.

  50. ''Some sandstone scales by exposure.''

  51. (RQ:Bacon Sylva Sylvarum)

  52. To scatter; to spread.

  53. To clean, as the inside of a cannon, by the explosion of a small quantity of powder.

  54. (rfquotek)

  55. A device to measure mass or weight.

  56. ''After the long, lazy winter I was afraid to get on the scale.''

  57. Either of the pans, trays, or dishes of a balance or scales.

  58. (monikko) it|scala

  59. flake

  60. ladder

  61. hut, hovel