Engelsk-Norsk oversettelse av measurement

Oversettelse av ordet measurement fra engelsk til norsk, med synonymer, antonymer, verbbøying, uttale, anagrammer og eksempler på bruk.

measurement på norsk

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Synonymer for measurement
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Definisjoner av measurement
1. measurement - the act or process of assigning numbers to phenomena according to a rule; "the measurements were carefully done"; "his mental measurings proved remarkably accurate"
  measuring, measure, mensuration
  activity any specific behavior; "they avoided all recreational activity"
  seismography the measurement of tremors and shocks and undulatory movements of earthquakes
  quantitative analysis, quantitative chemical analysis chemical analysis to determine the amounts of each element in the substance
  actinometry measuring the intensity of electromagnetic radiation (especially of the sun's rays)
  algometry measuring sensitivity to pain or pressure
  anemography recording anemometrical measurements
  anemometry measuring wind speed and direction
  angulation the act of making angulate (having corners)
  anthropometry measurement and study of the human body and its parts and capacities
  arterial blood gases measurement of the pH level and the oxygen and carbon dioxide concentrations in arterial blood; important in diagnosis of many respiratory diseases
  audiometry measuring sensitivity of hearing
  bathymetry, plumbing measuring the depths of the oceans
  calorimetry measurement of quantities of heat
  cephalometry measurement of human heads
  densitometry measuring the optical density of a substance by shining light on it and measuring its transmission
  dosimetry measuring the dose of radiation emitted by a radioactive source
  fetometry, foetometry measurement of a fetus (especially the diameter of the head)
  gravimetry, hydrometry the measurement of specific gravity
  hypsometry, hypsography measurement of the elevation of land above sea level
  mental measurement a generic term used to cover any application of measurement techniques to the quantification of mental functions
  micrometry measuring with a micrometer
  observation the act of observing; taking a patient look
  pelvimetry measurement of the dimensions of the bony birth canal (to determine whether vaginal birth is possible)
  photometry measurement of the properties of light (especially luminous intensity)
  quantification the act of discovering or expressing the quantity of something
  radioactive dating measurement of the amount of radioactive material (usually carbon 14) that an object contains; can be used to estimate the age of the object
  meter reading, reading the act of measuring with meters or similar instruments; "he has a job meter reading for the gas company"
  sampling (statistics) the selection of a suitable sample for study
  sounding the act of measuring depth of water (usually with a sounding line)
  sound ranging locating a source of sound (as an enemy gun) by measurements of the time the sound arrives at microphones in known positions
  scaling ascent by or as if by a ladder
  spirometry the use of a spirometer to measure vital capacity
  surveying the practice of measuring angles and distances on the ground so that they can be accurately plotted on a map; "he studied surveying at college"
  telemetry automatic transmission and measurement of data from remote sources by wire or radio or other means
  thermometry the measurement of temperature
  thermogravimetry the measurement of changes in weight as a function of changes in temperature used as a technique of chemically analyzing substances
  tonometry the measurement of intraocular pressure by determining the amount of force needed to make a slight indentation in the cornea
  viscometry, viscosimetry the measurement of viscosity
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(abbreviated SI from the French language name Système International d'Unités) is the modern, revised form of the metric system. It is the world's most widely used system of units, both in everyday commerce and in science. The SI was developed in 1960 from the metre-kilogram-second (MKS) system, rather than the centimetre-gram-second.

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