# Traducción de measure en Español:

## medida, n.SpanishLatin American Spanish

### nombre

• 1

• 1.1(system)

medida femenino
liquid/dry measure medida para líquidos/áridos
• Often the two sets of data have very different scales of measure, so a bar graph would not work.

• 1.2(unit)

medida femenino
• For that it needed a flexible, easily deployed system that would enable operations people to forecast by various units of measure.
• The unit of toxin measure is the hemagglutinating unit (hau).
• The basic mechanisms of RAM memory are detailed, and memory units of measure are outlined and explained.
• Similarly, units of measure had to be reconciled.
• As all units of measure are determined arbitrarily in the first place, though not fixed by law, obviously they can be altered by law.
• Invariable uniformity of value in the currency, has a relation to the interests of the people, similar to that of uniformity of weights and measures.
• In layman's terms, standard deviation is a unit of statistical measure that also expresses the probability of a given outcome arising.
• Most confusing are the measures of kilos, hectares, kilometers, centimeters, and grams.
• It was an old one, with weight and measures on the top.

• 1.3(amount)

mix equal measures of flour and sugar mezclar harina y azúcar en cantidades iguales
• I wasn't given full measure no me dieron lo que (me) merecía
• with a (certain) measure of success con cierto éxito
• they were granted a considerable measure of autonomy se les concedió un grado considerable de autonomía
• in some measure en cierta medida
• in large / great / no small measure en gran medida
• Don't let the late-night munchies make you pay £1.50 for a Mars bar or £6 for a single measure of spirits.

• 1.4British (size)

medida femenino
he had it made to measure se lo mandó hacer a (la) medida
• the true measure of the problem la verdadera magnitud / envergadura del problema

• 2

• 2.1(device)

medida femenino
a pint/yard measure una medida de una pinta/yarda

• 2.2(indicator, yardstick)

this will give you a measure of the problem esto te dará una idea de la magnitud / la envergadura del problema
• This is one of the most visible and encouraging measures of the success of these institutions.
• I'm happy to accept this wager as a measure of the quality of my predictions about the long term sustainability of commons-based peer production.
• It would at least have given a clear measure of the extent of anti-agreement sentiment in the unionist community.
• It is a measure of the quality you can expect to hear, however, that whatever you pay to see them will probably be worth it.
• That alone is a measure of the extent to which the listeners were drawn into the music, but subsequent conversation proved the point.
• Customer loyalty and satisfaction are key measures of success.

• 3

(step)
medida femenino
to take measures to + inf tomar medidas para + inf
• we'll have to take drastic measures to prevent it tendremos que tomar medidas drásticas para impedirlo
• Don't assume someone else will clean up after an accident, and take precautionary measures to prevent the next one.
• A company spokesman said no further cost-cutting measures were planned for its Irish operations.
• Banks will also be asked to draw up measures to achieve gender equality, and agree a plan for achieving targets.
• Layoffs, streamlining operations, and other cost cutting measures are the norm these days as businesses contemplate their futures.
• ‘Of course, we understand Dublin's desire to take precautionary measures,’ a British spokesman said.
• It added that these international players have started initiating cost-cutting measures to improve their cost-structure.
• There are, however, control measures in operation which reduce this risk.
• It must publish and implement clear, enforceable measures to achieve enhanced productivity from those that will still be employed by the state.
• The Green Party's new election manifesto contains a programme of realistic, mutually consistent and self-reinforcing measures to achieve localisation.
• It said cost-cutting measures and cost control remain the focus for more than one-third of organisations in 2004.
• The company has already said it will take a restructuring charge this year due to cost-cutting measures in its operations.
• The bad news is that more cost-cutting measures are likely.
• Some of these measures have been achieved, to an extent, but often outside the UN framework.
• Boston also contends that the plan does not offer measures to stimulate the economy.
• But the Court said that, while such an objective was legitimate, the measures used to achieve it went beyond what was necessary.
• Another measure planned will allow for cross-investments between sub-funds run by the same fund manager.
• But the remedial measures planned expose the government's failure to understand the realities that the country will face in the coming decades.
• The Board was planning measures which would lead to the reduction of the illegal practice.
• This is part of our precautionary measure to avoid double claiming and unwarranted abuse of this program by some unscrupulous elements.
• Control measures should be initiated as soon as possible, both to improve effectiveness and reduce total control costs.
• 4

• 4.1Literatura
(foot)

pie masculino

• 4.2Literatura
(beat)

metro masculino
• The show coasted on sheer mastery of compas, the rhythmic measure that defines all flamenco, and on the charisma of the artists probing the art's dark and light moods.
• The golden measure of poetry does not yet exist, only the rhythm of the maracas, the exact sound of the kettledrum.

• 4.3US Música

compás masculino
• I heard the first few measures of Mozart's third violin concerto in my head set to the rhythm of the crude chant.
• The first four measures sound practiced and include accurate articulation, steady rhythm and even a dynamic shade or two.
• Fingering is given where hand position shifts are required, on chromatic lines and on first beats of measures where a new phrase begins.
• At measure 31, a cadenza is marked in the flute parts; however, it is not noted in the piano part or the original score.
• We sense the tragedy of the poetic ballad and the noble lineage of its characters in the very opening measures of the musical rendering.
• At a signal, they stop for six measures but continue to count silently with no physical movement.
• In measures 68 and 69, an A-major chord, the dominant of the key, is sounded, signaling the end of the piece.
• His playing is so awful in these few measures, which form the very heart of the piece, as to create a metaphor for his performance of the entire work.
• Could the French horn line be omitted for a few measures without disturbing the score's overall harmony and rhythmic flow?
• This practice technique establishes the student's security in starting a work on downbeats of measures.
• The first few measures of music drifted easily through the air, reaching Jynx's ears and beckoning her to find its source.
• The final presto measures will leave you breathless.
• At his first rehearsal with us he conducted about two measures and then put his baton down.
• Medtner's concerto storms right from the opening measures and sings heroically throughout.
• I can't think of too many recitals where you'd hire two extra singers for a few measures of music.
• Play the last four notes of each measure staccato, or make a crescendo into the next measure.
• Students coordinate some measures naturally, while stumbling through other more difficult measures.
• The first sixteen measures end with an arpeggiated cadence in piano two.
• On the second, they were shown the first two measures of each piece and then asked to play as much as they could remember (cued recall).
• The second movement is morbidly dreamy, and its final measures have never sounded so beautiful!
• There are rarely more than four measures of music without a voice-over.

• 4.4archaic literary (dance)

• The birds twitter, the horn calls back, the mountain folk dance a droll measure, and all's right with the Alpine world.
• Ian laughed lightly and then swept her into the first measure of the dance.
• Ben watched with amazement that turned to pride as Hoss delicately guided Alberta Evans into the first few measures of the dance.

### verbo transitivo

• 1

• 1.1

(length/speed/waist) medir
he went to be measured for a suit fue a que le tomaran las medidas para un traje
• Either measure the amount in ounces or measure the depth of water in each jar.
• Plus, we provide the control and safety systems and instrumentation used to measure the oil flow.
• Continue to pump out water until the pump turns off, and again measure the water level.
• A rotary encoder is a digital input device used to measure angular rotation and direction.
• The group's device allows researchers to measure the heat given off by these electrons, and devise ways to get around the problem, Blick says.
• The movement of the pillar is measured in millimetres.
• Geologists use centimeter-precision GPS devices to measure the movement of continental plates.
• Volatility is typically measured by the standard deviation of the return of an investment.
• He's currently in our waters to measure whale numbers, and to audit the impact of man-made pollutants on marine creatures.
• If a water meter isn't installed on the system, a short-term pumping plant test can be run using one of a variety of devices to measure the flow rate.
• The equipment is similar to the device for measuring earthquakes.
• When the tank team fed the fish they also measured the water temperature and counted the fish.
• For one test, a device called a reflectometer is used to measure the degree of whiteness in processed tuber samples destined to become chips.
• Using a standard method, they measured the hybrids' fermentation efficiency.
• Now you've also been attaching devices to them that measure the depth to which they dive.
• A nautical instrument used to measure the altitude of stars and planets in the sky in order to determine a ship's exact direction.
• Devices that measure the evaporation of water such as atmometers may be useful.
• They can measure force - the amount of pressure being exerted.
• The units will also measure electromagnetic fields from other sources, such as radio and TV.
• The wireless device measures a variety of parameters such as temperature, pulse, blood oxygen saturation and heart rate.

• 1.2(mark off, count)

medir
he measured 6oz of flour pesó 6 onzas de harina
• While his mom measured out the ingredients, it became our job to stir; he would stir, and then hand it to me for my turn.
• I don't measure them out in coffee spoons, you know.
• Mama took some time cutting the sugar-cake and I was certain it was because she was measuring it out, making sure everyone got the same sized piece.
• However, compared to how much it costs to buy a small 1/2 lb block of chocolate normally, it turned out to be good value, and it keeps well if you store it in a cool dark place, not to mention the ease with which you can measure it out!

• 2

(assess)
calcular
evaluar
to measure sth against sth comparar algo con algo
• she was eager to measure herself against the opposition estaba ansiosa por enfrentarse a su contrincante / por medir armas con su contrincante
• It's very hard for me to measure the success of that.
• There is a growing interest in evaluating teachers by measuring student learning.
• The amount of energy and intelligence and direction that the right CEO can bring to a corporation can be the single most determining factor in measuring the success of the company.
• Companies need to take a broad prospective to measure the true value of their search engine marketing efforts.
• Contemporary buildings have long lost their ability to accurately measure the urban significance of what they hold.
• Many corporations are recognizing the importance of measuring a variety of factors, says Hoog.
• One typically measures the quality of a published scholarly book by an important pedagogical yardstick.
• The hard part in measuring a site's success is often determining what the goals of the site should be - what should you be looking for.

### verbo intransitivo

• 1

medir
it measures 10ft across mide / tiene 10 pies de ancho
• what does it measure? ¿cuánto mide?