commeasure

[kuh-mezh-er]

verb (used with object), com·meas·ured, com·meas·ur·ing.

to equal in measure or extent; be coextensive with.

Nearby words

  1. commando operation,
  2. commando procedure,
  3. comme ci, comme ça,
  4. comme il faut,
  5. commeasurable,
  6. commedia dell'arte,
  7. commemorate,
  8. commemoration,
  9. commemorative,
  10. commemoratory

Origin of commeasure

First recorded in 1605–15; com- + measure

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British Dictionary definitions for commeasure

commeasure

verb

(tr) to coincide with in degree, extent, quality, etc
Derived Formscommeasurable, adjective

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