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Definition of "measuring" []

  • The act or process of taking measurements (noun)
  • (as modifier) (noun)
  • Present participle of measure. (verb)

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Use "measuring" in a sentence
  • "Hooton had made his name measuring the heads of criminals."
  • "Robert Shiller of Yale made his name measuring "real" P/Es based on a 10-year moving average of earnings and noting how booms bust when the ratio gets too high."
  • "Yes, but averages and the "trend estimate" numbers we publish assume that most of the variation, whether based the errors involved in measuring a sample rather than the entire population, or based on subjective survey design decisions that pollsters make, from question wording to identifying the likely electorate, is random."