- v. Simple past tense and past participle of gauge.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Tested or measured by, or conformed to, a gauge.
“The next thing that has to be gauged is the quality of the sale itself.”
“The magnitude of dependence can be gauged from the fact each day over 400 containers ply from Karachi and Quetta to Afghanistan transporting food, munitions and 300 million gallons of fuel for US-Nato troops in Afghanistan.”
“The extent to which agreement had been reached in 1961 may be gauged from the two opening paragraphs of the joint”
“For this purpose an average genuine signature should be selected and gauged, which is done in this way:”
“The hose are mercury-gauged, meaning that barometric mercury is used to measure the compression of the hose.”
“We also went out on the streets and we kind of gauged with people - what are you most worried about?”
“In this case, the broken symmetry is gauged, meaning that the field which fills all of space, the Higgs condensate, is charged.”
“They won, so we kind of gauged ourselves against them," Osgood said.”
“gauged" in all directions by the telescope, so as to ascertain the conditions of different parts with respect to the frequency of the stars.”
“One can quibble over just how religion, and religiosity, should be gauged, but, by any standard, the United States as a whole is a religious nation.”
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