Definition of "scaling" []

  • Present participle of scale. (verb)
  • The removing of the scales of fish (noun)
  • The formation of a layer of scale on a surface (noun)
  • The removal of a layer of scale from a surface (noun)
  • The measurement of dimensions using a scale (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "scaling" in a sentence
  • "But one of the things that we have deliberately dealt with both AusAID and Parliamentary Secretary McMullen and myself, and also as we've made our budget decisions in the two budgets we've presented, we've been very conscious about what we describe as a scaling up."
  • "Garcia says, "If, when your voice is well oiled [that is what he calls the scaling process], you are not intelligent enough to sing a song by yourself, then you had better knit stockings for the poor.""
  • ""The possible remediation would be what they call scaling, which involves removing rocks by hand or by an excavator," DeFebo said."