scales

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İngilizce - Türkçe
terazi

Birçok Avrupa mutfakları orada kuru malzemeler tartıldığından dolayı bir teraziye sahiptir, Amerika'da tam tersine onlar hacimle ölçülmektedir. - Many European kitchens have scales because dry ingredients are measured by weight there, unlike in America, where they are measured by volume.

Kendimi tartamıyorum. Terazim yok. - I cannot weigh myself. I don't have scales.

pulcuk
tartaç
tartı

Banyo tartısında kendimi tarttım. - I weighed myself on the bathroom scales.

Tom banyo tartısı üzerine çıktı. - Tom stepped onto the bathroom scales.

(Bilgisayar) ölçekler

Satıcı bakır ölçeklerde peynir tartıyor. - The seller weighs the cheese on the copper scales.

pul-şekilli
terazi burcu [(Astronomi) ]
[n] terazi
(isim) terazi
terazi takımyıldzı [(Astronomi) ]
(Bilgisayar) birimler
kantar
bakkal terazisi
Terazi burcu
Terazi takımyıldzı
scale
ölçek

O büyük ölçekte bir parti verdi. - He gave a party on a large scale.

Bunlar yüz puanlık bir ölçekte derecelendirilir. - These are graded on a hundred-point scale.

scales fish
(Gıda) balığın pulları
scale
derece

Bunlar yüz puanlık bir ölçekte derecelendirilir. - These are graded on a hundred-point scale.

scale
(n) ölçek
scale
{i} dereceli cetvel
scale
(v) ölçeklemek
scale
pul
semantic differential scales
Boyutsal ayırma ölçeği, anlamsal farklılık ölçeği, semantik farklılık ölçeği
scale
(Gıda) tortu
scale
tartar
platform scales
baskül
precision scales
hassas kantar
scale
kazantaşı
scale
(Bilgisayar) genişlet
scale
bir ölçeğe göre ayarlamak
scale
ölçeklendirmek
scale
(Bilgisayar) artırıp düşürme
scale
kavlak
scale
(Gıda) birikinti
scale
teraziye vurmak
scale
kantar
scale
(Denizbilim) terazi kefesi
scale
kadran
scale
(Ticaret) kademe
scale
baskül
scale
tartmak (terazi/ağırlık)
scale
merdiven
scale
(Tıp) skal
scale
(Ticaret) hacim

Birçok Avrupa mutfakları orada kuru malzemeler tartıldığından dolayı bir teraziye sahiptir, Amerika'da tam tersine onlar hacimle ölçülmektedir. - Many European kitchens have scales because dry ingredients are measured by weight there, unlike in America, where they are measured by volume.

scale
(Bilgisayar) ayar
scale
(Muzik) dizi
tip the scales
ağır basmak
without scales
pulsuz
libra the scales
terazi ölçeği
scale
ölçü

Kırsal alan büyük ölçüde gelişecek gibi görünüyor. - It seems the rural area will be developed on a large scale.

Birçok Avrupa mutfakları orada kuru malzemeler tartıldığından dolayı bir teraziye sahiptir, Amerika'da tam tersine onlar hacimle ölçülmektedir. - Many European kitchens have scales because dry ingredients are measured by weight there, unlike in America, where they are measured by volume.

scale
kefeki
scale
taş
scale
terazi gözü
scale
balık/yılan/vb.pulu
scale
{f} ölçekle

Satıcı bakır ölçeklerde peynir tartıyor. - The seller weighs the cheese on the copper scales.

Mary çok güzel bir kadın. Ona bir ölçekle, o bir on bir. - Mary is a very beautiful woman. On a scale of one to ten, she's an eleven.

scale
çıkmak
scale
ıskala
scale
ç.tartı
scale
gam
scale
(belli bir orana göre) artırıp düşürmek
scale
taksimat
scale
bölüntü
scale
tırmanmak
scale
cetvel

Bu cetvelin milimetrelik bir ölçeği vardır. - This ruler has the scale in millimeters.

scale
skala
scale
dengelemek
scale
terazi

Birçok Avrupa mutfakları orada kuru malzemeler tartıldığından dolayı bir teraziye sahiptir, Amerika'da tam tersine onlar hacimle ölçülmektedir. - Many European kitchens have scales because dry ingredients are measured by weight there, unlike in America, where they are measured by volume.

Kendimi tartamıyorum. Terazim yok. - I cannot weigh myself. I don't have scales.

scale
tartmak
scale
{i} balık pulu
scale
çap

Turizmi büyük çapta geliştirme umutlarımız vardı. - We had hopes of developing tourism on a big scale.

track scales
vagon baskülü
turn the scales
ağır basmak
Both your lives are in the scales
Her ikinizin de hayatı tartışılıyor
falling off in scales, peeling
ölçeklerde, peeling düşme
fish scales
balık ölçekler
pair of scales
ölçekler çifti
scale
ölçekte
scale
(Mühendislik) Tortu,kireç tortusu; zamanla su borularında işi etkisiyle veya çökelme sonucu oluşan birikinti
scales of
kantarın
tip the scales against s.o.´s favor
durumu birinin aleyhine çevirmek
tip the scales in s.o.´s favor
durumu birinin lehine çevirmek: This event tipped the scales in our favor. Bu olay durumu lehimize çevirdi
a pair of scales
terazi
come off in scales
pul pul dökülmek
get on the scales
tartıya çıkmak
get onto the scales
tartıya çıkmak
hold the scales even
tarafsız olmak
hold the scales even
adil olmak
manner scales
tutum ölçekleri
ration scales for national groups
(Askeri) YABANCI TOPLULUKLARA AİT RASYON İHTİYAÇ ÇİZELGELERİ: Kara ordusunca iaşe edilen her milli grup veya diğer sınıflar için (Amerikan Silahlı Kuvvetleri hariç) denizaşırı harekat alanı komutanları tarafından geliştirilen bir asgari rasyon ihtiyaç çizelgesi. Rasyon ihtiyaç çizelgesi, harekat alanı içindeki bir grubun milli beslenme alışkanlıklarını gösterir
scale
kefeki taşı ile düşürmek
scale
tartarlarını temizlemek
scale
kefe
scale
kabuklanmak
scale
kazan taşı
scale
basamak
scale
ayarlamak
scale
tırmanarak çıkmak
scale
diatonic scale müz
scale
derecelendirmek
scale
{f} (bir ölçeğe göre) ayarlamak
scale
diş taşlarını temizlemek
scale
(Askeri) (PHOTOGRAPHIC) ÖLÇEK (FOTOĞRAFÇILIKTA): Bak. "photographic scale"
scale
{f} pullarını ayıklamak
scale
{f} tırmanmak: scale a wall duvara tırmanmak
scale
{f} kazıyarak temizlemek
scale
(to) Ölçeklemek
scale
{f} orantılı olmak
scale
{i} (balık, sürüngen v.b.'nde) pul
scale
(Askeri) 1 ÖLÇEK: Bir harita, plan veya fotoğraf üzerindeki mesafe ile zemin üzerinde bulunan karşılığı mesafe arasındaki orantı. Bak. "conversion scale", "graphic scale", "photographic scale", "principal scale"
scale
{i} tarife
scale
diatonik ıskala
scale
ölçek,v.tırman: n.ölçek
scale
"down" ile küçültmek
scale
{i} barem
scale
decimal scale ondalık hesap cetveli
scale
{i} çoğ. terazi
scale
{f} ağırlığını ölçmek
scale
major scale müz
scale
mikyas
scale
pul pul olmak
scale
ölçeklemek
scale
{i} gam [müz.]
scale
(Tıp) Pul pul olmak, pul gibi kabuk bağlamak
scale
major gamı
scale
(Tıp) () Terazi
scale
{i} kabuk
scale
{i} müz. gam
tariff scales
(Ticaret) gümrük tarifesi kademeleri
the scales fell from my eyes
gözüm açıldı
the scales fell from my eyes
aklım başıma geldi
tip the scales
(deyim) meseleyi halletmek
tip the scales at
{k} (tartılınca) (belirli bir ağırlık) çekmek: He tipped the scales at one hundred kilos. Yüz kilo çekiyor
tip the scales in
durumu birinin lehine çevirmek: This event tipped the scales in our favor. Bu olay durumu lehimize çevirdi
tipping the scales
(Ticaret) keriz silkeleme
tipping the scales
keriz silkelemek
turn the scales
sonuca bağlamak, durumu değiştirmek
İngilizce - İngilizce
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of scale
plural form of scale
A device for weighing goods for sale

The butcher put the sausages on the scales.

– methods of comparison or organizing principles for datum
Ancient image of law and justice, represent balance and justice from a spiritual point of view so enhancing universal truths rather than earthly ones that can be quite different This also represents the high ideals that Libra stands for
plural of scale
Thin, flat, hard plates that cover a fish
dead skin cells that look like flakes or dry skin
Used to measure the weight of the kart With several scales, or one scale and more effort, the proper weight distribution of the kart can be measured Also, the kart (with driver) will be placed on the scales during tech inspection
tiny shingle-like structures on a butterfly's wing A butterfly's scales are modified hairs
Syn: Balance In air drying or kiln drying, an instrument for weighing boards or specimens representing the stock or for weighing kiln samples
The Koran says, at the judgment day everyone will be weighed in the scales of the archangel Gabriel His good deeds will be put in the scale called “Light,” and his evil ones in the scale called “Darkness;” after which they will have to cross the bridge A1 Serát, not wider than the edge of a scimitar The faithful will pass over in safety, but the rest will fall into the dreary realms of Jehennam
Flakes of dry skin that peel off Scales can be seen in eczema, hand eczema, seborrhea, and psoriasis
A collection of pitches arranged in order of lowest to highest or highest to lowest
{i} balance, device used for weighing; thin skin flakes or plates comprising the body covering of some animals (such as fish and reptiles)
A series of graded values used to measure responses Following are common types
A means of measuring by graduated marks Myron L Instruments use both linear and non-linear scales depending on the model instrument Measurement can be read in ppm or mhos e g DS Meter may have a scale with 50 divisions for each ppm 0-500 ppm scale has divisions for each 10 ppm 0-5000 ppm scale has a division for each 100 ppm
Also known as cuticle The outer layer of cells of mammal hair fiber which are hard, flattened, do not fit together evenly and whose surfaces overlap and enclose the cortex The size and shape vary from species to species and are important characteristics used in fiber identification The exposed edges of scales point towards the tips of animal fibers and give rise to the friction effect and felting
third-person singular of scale
Thin, dry, flake-like surface material
Kelvin scales
plural form of Kelvin scale
Richter scales
plural form of Richter scale
blues scales
plural form of blues scale
chromatic scales
plural form of chromatic scale
diatonic scales
plural form of diatonic scale
musical scales
plural form of musical scale
scale
To tolerate significant increases in throughput or other potentially limiting factors

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

scale
Limescale
scale
A flake of skin of an animal afflicted with dermatitis
scale
A line or bar associated with a drawing, used to indicate measurement when the image has been magnified or reduced

Even though precision can be carried to an extreme, the scales which now are drawn in (and usually connected to an appropriate figure by an arrow) will allow derivation of meaningful measurements.

scale
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

We should scale that up by a factor of 10.

scale
To climb to the top of

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.

scale
The ratio of depicted distance to actual distance

This map uses a scale of 1:10.

scale
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
scale
To become scaly; to produce or develop scales

The dry weather is making my skin scale.

scale
To remove the scales of

Please scale that fish for dinner.

scale
A small piece of pigmented chitin, many of which coat the wings of a butterfly or moth to give them their color
scale
A pine nut of a pinecone
scale
A device to measure mass or weight

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

scale
Either of the pans, trays, or dishes of a balance or scales
scale
Size; scope

There are some who question the scale of our ambitions.

scale
The flaky material sloughed off heated metal
scale
Scale mail (as opposed to chain mail)
scale
An ordered numerical sequence used for measurement

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

time scales
plural form of time scale
tip the scales
To turn to one side a balanced situation
tip the scales at
To weigh in at; to weigh

He tipped the scales at 221 pounds at the weigh-in two days before the fight.

wind scales
plural form of wind scale
scale
{n} a part of the covering of a fish, crust, balance, regular gradation, gamut, line of distances, degree of a circle, ladder, scalade
scale
{v} to scrape off scales, pare, peel, mount
scale
measure with or as if with scales; "scale the gold"
adjustment of the income tax scales
change in the salary classification system which dictates the estimated taxes to be paid on salaries
decimal scales
scale used to weigh heavy loads
hold the scales even
maintain justice and equality
learn one's scales
begin to learn to play music, learn the musical notes in order
remove the scales from one's eyes
open one's eyes, become sober
scale
The relationship between a distance portrayed on a map and the same distance on the Earth (Dana, 1999) A map scale can be defined by a representative fraction (e g , 1 unit on map / 12,000 units on ground) or by a graphic scale bar
scale
The scale of a guitar refers to the length of the string from the point at which it leaves the saddle and touches the nut The bridge is sometimes moved to compensate form shortcomings of the guitar to improve intonation so the most accurate way to read the scale length of a guitar is to double the distance from the center of the 12th fret to the front of the nut
scale
See Cycloid, Ctenoid, and Ganoid
scale
A scale model or scale replica of a building or object is a model of it which is smaller than the real thing but has all the same parts and features. Franklin made his mother an intricately detailed scale model of the house
scale
remove the scales from; "scale fish"
scale
(1) In music, a succession of notes arranged in ascending or descending order (2) More generally, the relative or proportional size of an object or image
scale
Gradation; succession of ascending and descending steps and degrees; progressive series; scheme of comparative rank or order; as, a scale of being
scale
Relative dimensions, without difference in proportion of parts; size or degree of the parts or components in any complex thing, compared with other like things; especially, the relative proportion of the linear dimensions of the parts of a drawing, map, model, etc
scale
A bank that offers to pay different rates of interest on CDs of varying rates is said to ``post a scale '' Commercial paper dealers also post scales
scale
Also used figuratively
scale
A series of spaces marked by lines, and representing proportionately larger distances; as, a scale of miles, yards, feet, etc
scale
For R/C hobbyists, this refers to the general size of the car Many companies offer radio control cars in several different sizes: 1/18, 1/12, 1/10, 1/8, 1/5 and 1/4 scale The smaller the number after the "1", the larger the actual scale car is For example, a 1/18 scale car is about 9 inches (23cm) long, while a 1/5 scale car can be up to 36 inches (91cm) long! Most cars are of the 1/10 scale size (because the cost of manufacture and ownership is balanced to the controllability of the car), but there are many types of kits that fall under this size label: Buggy, Truck, Monster Truck, Touring Car and more
scale
A basis for a numeral system; as, the decimal scale; the binary scale, etc
scale
The sign or constellation Libra
scale
a metal sheathing of uniform thickness (such as the shield attached to an artillery piece to protect the gunners)
scale
measure by or as if by a scale; "This bike scales only 25 pounds
scale
pattern, make, regulate, set, measure, or estimate according to some rate or standard climb up by means of a ladder reach the highest point of; "We scaled the Mont Blanc"
scale
A representative fraction of a paper map distance to ground distance Example: 1: 12,000 is the representative fraction in which one unit of measure on the map is equal to 12,000 of the same units of measure on the ground FEMA map scales are expressed in a ratio of 1" of map distance equal to a given number of feet on the ground
scale
A ladder; a series of steps; a means of ascending
scale
The precipitate that forms on surfaces in contact with water when the calcium hardness, pH or total alkalinity levels are too high Results from chemically unbalanced pool and spa water Scale may appear as grey, white or dark streaks on the plaster, fiberglass or vinyl It may also appear as a hard crust around the tile
scale
To scatter; to spread
scale
A pay scale or scale of fees is a list that shows how much someone should be paid, depending, for example, on their age or what work they do. those on the high end of the pay scale
scale
measure by or as if by a scale; "This bike scales only 25 pounds"
scale
an ordered reference standard; "judging on a scale of 1 to 10"
scale
It may be repeated through any number of octaves
scale
a thin flake of dead epidermis shed from the surface of the skin
scale
pattern, make, regulate, set, measure, or estimate according to some rate or standard
scale
To take off in thin layers or scales, as tartar from the teeth; to pare off, as a surface
scale
The ratio of the size of am object as drawn, to the actual size of the object In an orthographic projection, all true length lines are drawn to this constant ratio, i e "to scale "
scale
The ratio of the distance on an image to the equivalent distance on the ground
scale
a flattened rigid plate forming part of the body covering of many animals
scale
A ratio that indicates the size of the area that a map represents Large scale - More detailed, smaller area e g 1: 2 500 Small scale - Less detailed, larger area e g 1: 1 000 000 Here are some examples of different scales
scale
If something is out of scale with the things near it, it is too big or too small in relation to them. The tower was surmounted by an enormous statue, utterly out of scale with the building
scale
The relation between the size of an object on a map and its size in the real world A Large Scale represents drawing closer to real world while a Small Scale represents a larger unit of measure allowing viewing of more surface/area
scale
The scale of a map, plan, or model is the relationship between the size of something in the map, plan, or model and its size in the real world. The map, on a scale of 1: 10,000, shows over 5,000 individual paths. see also full-scale, large-scale
scale
to the dimensions of the corresponding parts of the object that is represented; as, a map on a scale of an inch to a mile
scale
for a map or plan
scale
To clean, as the inside of a cannon, by the explosion of a small quantity of powder
scale
To separate and come off in thin layers or laminæ; as, some sandstone scales by exposure
scale
To separate; to scatter
scale
If you scale something such as a mountain or a wall, you climb up it or over it. Rebecca Stephens, the first British woman to scale Everest = climb
scale
a specialized leaf or bract that protects a bud or catkin
scale
The name is also given to the chaff on the stems of ferns
scale
An incrustation deposit on the inside of a vessel in which water is heated, as a steam boiler
scale
The range of scores possible for the student to achieve on a test or an assessment Performance assessments typically use a 4- to 6-point scale, compared to a scale of 100 or more with traditional multiple-choice tests
scale
On a map, a ratio showing the relationship between a unit of distance on the map and the actual distance in the same unit of measurement on the ground
scale
The thin metallic side plate of the handle of a pocketknife
scale
To strip or clear of scale or scales; as, to scale a fish; to scale the inside of a boiler
scale
relative magnitude; "they entertained on a grand scale"
scale
{i} progression of steps; table of graduated rates; system of marks used for measuring; flake; one of many thin plates forming a protective covering; weighing device; limescale
scale
One of the small, thin, membranous, bony or horny pieces which form the covering of many fishes and reptiles, and some mammals, belonging to the dermal part of the skeleton, or dermoskeleton
scale
A means of assigning a magnitude
scale
Also, a similar coating upon other metals
scale
A scale insect
scale
the ratio between the size of something and a representation of it; "the scale of the map"; "the scale of the model"
scale
See Gunter's scale
scale
One of the small scalelike structures covering parts of some invertebrates, as those on the wings of Lepidoptera and on the body of Thysanura; the elytra of certain annelids
scale
climb up by means of a ladder
scale
Scales are a piece of equipment used for weighing things, for example for weighing amounts of food that you need in order to make a particular meal. a pair of kitchen scales. bathroom scales
scale
A scale is a set of levels or numbers which are used in a particular system of measuring things or are used when comparing things. an earthquake measuring five-point-five on the Richter scale The higher up the social scale they are, the more the men have to lose. see also sliding scale, timescale
scale
The thin oxide which forms on the surface of iron forgings
scale
If the different parts of a map, drawing, or model are to scale, they are the right size in relation to each other. a miniature garden, with little pagodas and bridges all to scale. In music, primary pitches of a key or mode arranged within an octave. Scales are distinguished by the pattern of the intervals between adjacent notes. A scale can be seen as an abstraction from melody that is, the pitches of a melody arranged in stepwise order. cottony cushion scale Richter scale San Jose scale scale insect
scale
To lead up by steps; to ascend
scale
A relationship between things or parts of things with respect to comparative magnitude, quantity, or degree
scale
The distance ratio measured on a map to that distance measured on the ground between the same two points For example if one cm on a map equals 1,000,000 cm in the real world the map scale would be 1: 1,000,000 This scale of 1: 1,000,000 on the map would be considered small scale compared to a map with a scale of 1: 1,000
scale
an indicator having a graduated sequence of marks
scale
a measuring instrument for weighing; shows amount of mass
scale
as in drawing, plotting, and the like
scale
To weigh or measure according to a scale; to measure; also, to grade or vary according to a scale or system
scale
A mathematical instrument, consisting of a slip of wood, ivory, or metal, with one or more sets of spaces graduated and numbered on its surface, for measuring or laying off distances, etc
scale
A series of notes spanning an octave, tritave, or pseudo-octave, used to make melodies
scale
A small appendage like a rudimentary leaf, resembling the scales of a fish in form, and often in arrangement; as, the scale of a bud, of a pine cone, and the like
scale
In music, a scale is a fixed sequence of musical notes, each one higher than the next, which begins at a particular note. the scale of C major
scale
The scales of a fish or reptile are the small, flat pieces of hard skin that cover its body
scale
Hence, anything graduated, especially when employed as a measure or rule, or marked by lines at regular intervals
scale
{f} climb; ascend; weigh; do according to a particular ratio; remove flakes or scales; become covered in limescale; change the size of something; adjust the size of a picture, resize a picture (Computers)
scale
It consists essentially of the magnetic oxide, Fe3O4
scale
If you refer to the scale of something, you are referring to its size or extent, especially when it is very big. However, he underestimates the scale of the problem The break-down of law and order could result in killing on a massive scale see also full-scale, large-scale, small-scale
scale
Payment of different rates of interest on CDs of varying maturities A bank is said to "post a scale " Commercial paper dealers also post scales
scale
take by attacking with scaling ladders; "The troops scaled the walls of the fort"
scale
The extent of reduction needed to display a representation of the earth's surface on a map A statement of a measure on the map and the equivalent measure on the earth’s surface, often expressed as a representative fraction of distance, such as 1: 24,000 (one unit of distance on the map represents 24,000 of the same units of distance on the earth) Map scale can also be expressed as a statement of equivalence using different units; for example, 1 inch = 1 mile or 1 inch = 2,000 feet Scale can be used as a measure of viewable detail; small scale implies less detail is visible, large scale implies more detail is visible Thus, scale can be used to control display; as scale increases (becomes larger and more “zoomed in”) more detail can be displayed without overcrowding the screen display
scale
The ratio between the size of the models and the size of the prototype This can be expressed either as a ratio or as so many millimetres per foot (or fractions of an inch per foot for American models) Usually only applicable to the rolling stock and buildings as the rest of the scenery is usually condensed to fit the available space
scale
See below
scale
A statement of measure on a map and its equivalent measure on the surface of the Earth For example, 1: 20,000 means one unit of distance on the map equals 20,000 units of the same distance on the Earth Large-scale maps depict small areas, and small-scale maps generally depict large areas
scale
The dish of a balance; hence, the balance itself; an instrument or machine for weighing; as, to turn the scale; chiefly used in the plural when applied to the whole instrument or apparatus for weighing
scale
The size of something, relative to what it is a replica of, is known as the scale of the thing For instance, 15mm is a popular scale for pre-20th Century historical wargaming, while 1/2400 is often used for modern naval miniatures This is Figure Scale Depending upon the rules being used, Figure Scale is often different from Ground Scale (that is, the scale of the playing field and terrain), and the Vertical Scale may be different again from the Ground Scale! The rules also state the Time Scale (that is, how much time each turn represents)
scale
The graduated series of all the tones, ascending or descending, from the keynote to its octave; called also the gamut
scale
of Pocketknife
scale
size or measure according to a scale; "This model must be scaled down"
scale
To climb by a ladder, or as if by a ladder; to ascend by steps or by climbing; to clamber up; as, to scale the wall of a fort
scale
a flattened rigid plate forming part of the body covering of many animals an indicator having a graduated sequence of marks a measuring instrument for weighing; shows amount of mass (music) a series of notes differing in pitch according to a specific scheme (usually within an octave) a thin flake of dead epidermis shed from the surface of the skin a specialized leaf or bract that protects a bud or catkin relative magnitude; "they entertained on a grand scale"
scale
reach the highest point of; "We scaled the Mont Blanc"
scale
Scale is a relatively easy to identify insect pest Though they are closely related to aphids and mealy bugs, scale are less mobile They appear as tiny bump-like shapes on stems and branches where they suck plant juices; many species have a protective, hard outer shell They will often clump near each other when populations increase Scrape them off with a rough brush or cloth wetted with soapy water; they can also be control during the winter by spraying with dormant oil
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The ratio of the distance measured on a map to that measured on the ground between the same two points In Britain, most map scales are now metric and are shown, for example, as 1: 50,000, which represents a scale of 1cm = 50,000 cm (or 500 metres) Often, the difference between large and small map scales is confused The larger the ratio, the smaller the map scale Therefore, a map of the world, would have a very small scale, whereas a map of a town centre, will have a large scale A more complete explanation is available in the Standards Section
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(music) a series of notes differing in pitch according to a specific scheme (usually within an octave)
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Hence, any layer or leaf of metal or other material, resembling in size and thinness the scale of a fish; as, a scale of iron, of bone, etc
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See Chromatic scale, Diatonic scale, Major scale, and Minor scale, under Chromatic, Diatonic, Major, and Minor
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Refers to the size of objects in relation to one another and to the human body In decorating, good scale is the result of eye-pleasing relationships between furnishings and other objects and the space they are used in
the Scales
Libra, zodiac sign of the scales
tipped the scales
bring to a decision, cause to decide
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    /ˈskālz/ /ˈskeɪlz/

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    [ 'skA(&)l ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English, bowl, scale of a balance, from Old Norse skAl; akin to Old Norse skel shell; more at SHELL.

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