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Idioms for measure

Origin of measure

1250–1300; Middle English mesure, from Middle French, from Latin mēnsūra, equivalent to mēns(us), past participle of mētīrī “to measure, mete” + -ūra -ure

OTHER WORDS FROM measure

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Example sentences from the Web for remeasure

  • Tell his excellency that I will send round in about half an hour to remeasure his foot.

    Fire-Tongue|Sax Rohmer
  • I instructed you to remeasure my foot in order that you might make a pair to fit.

    Fire-Tongue|Sax Rohmer

British Dictionary definitions for remeasure

measure
/ (ˈmɛʒə) /

noun

verb

Derived forms of measure

measurer, noun

Word Origin for measure

C13: from Old French, from Latin mēnsūra measure, from mēnsus, past participle of mētīrī to measure
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Medical definitions for remeasure

measure
[ mĕzhər ]

n.

v.

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Idioms and Phrases with remeasure

measure

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