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- measurement
- the act or process of assigning numbers to phenomena according to a rule; "the measurements were carefully done"; "his mental measurings proved remarkably accurate"

- accounting,
- acreage,
- amount,
- amplitude,
- analyzing,
- appraisal,
- appraisement,
- appraising,
- appreciation,
- area,
- ascertainment,
- assessing,
- assessment,
- bigness,
- body,
- breadth,
- bulk,
- calculation,
- caliber,
- capacity,
- census,
- computation,
- counting,
- coverage,
- dactylonomy,
- depth,
- determination,
- diameter,
- dimension,
- dimensions,
- enumeration,
- estimate,
- estimation,
- evaluating,
- evaluation,
- evaluative criticism,
- expanse,
- expansion,
- extension,
- extent,
- foliation,
- force,
- gauge,
- gauging,
- girth,
- greatness,
- height,
- inventorying,
- judgement,
- largeness,
- length,
- magnitude,
- mass,
- matter,
- measure,
- measuring,
- mensuration,
- mileage,
- numbering,
- numbers,
- numeration,
- opinion,
- pagination,
- period,
- proportion,
- proportions,
- quantification,
- quantity,
- quantization,
- quantum,
- radius,
- range,
- ranking,
- rating,
- reach,
- reckoning,
- scale,
- scope,
- size,
- spread,
- strength,
- substance,
- sum,
- tallying,
- telling,
- tonnage,
- valuation,
- valuing,
- view,
- volume,
- weighing,
- weight,
- whole,
- width

- accounting,
- adding,
- adding machine,
- analysis,
- appraisal,
- appraisement,
- approximation,
- arithmetic,
- assessment,
- assize,
- assizement,
- automatic electronic navigation,
- braking,
- calculation,
- calculator,
- calculus,
- casting,
- ciphering,
- coordination,
- correction,
- determination,
- estimate,
- estimation,
- evaluation,
- fact distribution,
- figuring,
- footing,
- forecasts,
- gauging,
- inspection,
- instrumentation,
- manipulation,
- measure,
- measurement,
- measuring,
- mensuration,
- metric system,
- nonlinear calibrations,
- output measurement,
- processing,
- quantification,
- quantization,
- rating,
- reckoning,
- record keeping,
- steering,
- supersonic flow detection,
- survey,
- surveying,
- telemetering,
- telemetry,
- totaling,
- toting,
- triangulation,
- valuation

- accounting collapse
- a system that provides quantitative information about finances
- a convincing explanation that reveals basic causes; "he was unable to give a clear accounting for his actions"
- a bookkeeper's chronological list of related debits and credits of a business; forms part of a ledger of accounts related words >

- account,
- account rendered,
- accountancy,
- acta,
- analysis,
- annual,
- audit,
- auditing,
- automatic electronic navigation,
- bookkeeping,
- braking,
- brief,
- bulletin,
- census,
- census report,
- computation,
- coordination,
- cost accounting,
- cost system,
- cost-accounting system,
- counting,
- dactylonomy,
- double-entry bookkeeping,
- election returns,
- enumeration,
- fact distribution,
- foliation,
- forecasts,
- inspection,
- inventorying,
- manipulation,
- measurement,
- minutes,
- monetary arithmetic,
- nonlinear calibrations,
- numbering,
- numeration,
- output measurement,
- pagination,
- proceedings,
- processing,
- quantification,
- quantization,
- record keeping,
- report,
- returns,
- single-entry bookkeeping,
- statement,
- steering,
- supersonic flow detection,
- tally,
- tallying,
- telling,
- the record,
- transactions,
- yearbook

- a,
- admeasured,
- an,
- any,
- appraised,
- assessed,
- certain,
- gauged,
- known by measurement,
- mapped,
- measured,
- metered,
- one,
- plotted,
- quantitative,
- quantitive,
- quantized,
- some,
- surveyed,
- triangulated,
- valuated,
- valued

- accounting,
- assimilating,
- census,
- comprising,
- containing,
- counting,
- covering,
- dactylonomy,
- embracing,
- encircling,
- enclosing,
- encompassing,
- enumeration,
- envisaging,
- foliation,
- including,
- inclusive,
- incorporating,
- inventorying,
- measurement,
- numeration,
- pagination,
- quantification,
- quantization,
- tallying,
- telling

- accounting,
- assimilating,
- census,
- comprising,
- containing,
- covering,
- dactylonomy,
- embracing,
- encircling,
- enclosing,
- encompassing,
- enumeration,
- envisaging,
- foliation,
- including,
- inclusive,
- incorporating,
- inventorying,
- measurement,
- numbering,
- numeration,
- pagination,
- quantification,
- quantization,
- tallying,
- telling

- foliation collapse
- the work of coating glass with metal foil
- the production of foil by cutting or beating metal into thin leaves
- (architecture) leaf-like architectural ornament
- (geology) the arrangement of leaflike layers in a rock
- (botany) the process of forming leaves related words >

- accounting,
- census,
- counting,
- dactylonomy,
- delamination,
- desquamation,
- enumeration,
- exfoliation,
- flakiness,
- foliage,
- frondage,
- furfuration,
- inventorying,
- lamellation,
- lamination,
- leafage,
- leafiness,
- measurement,
- numbering,
- numeration,
- pagination,
- quantification,
- quantization,
- scaliness,
- stratification,
- tallying,
- telling,
- umbrage

- metric system collapse
- a decimal system of weights and measures based on the meter and the kilogram and the second related words >

- appraisal,
- appraisement,
- approximation,
- assessment,
- assize,
- assizement,
- calculation,
- computation,
- correction,
- determination,
- estimate,
- estimation,
- evaluation,
- gauging,
- instrumentation,
- measure,
- measurement,
- measuring,
- mensuration,
- quantification,
- quantization,
- rating,
- survey,
- surveying,
- telemetering,
- telemetry,
- triangulation,
- valuation

- quantification collapse
- the act of discovering or expressing the quantity of something
- a limitation imposed on the variables of a proposition (as by the quantifiers `some' or `all' or `no') related words >

- accounting,
- appraisal,
- appraisement,
- approximation,
- assessment,
- assize,
- assizement,
- calculation,
- census,
- computation,
- correction,
- counting,
- dactylonomy,
- determination,
- enumeration,
- estimate,
- estimation,
- evaluation,
- foliation,
- gauging,
- instrumentation,
- inventorying,
- measure,
- measurement,
- measuring,
- mensuration,
- metric system,
- numbering,
- numeration,
- pagination,
- quantization,
- rating,
- survey,
- surveying,
- tallying,
- telemetering,
- telemetry,
- telling,
- triangulation,
- valuation

- enumeration collapse
- a numbered list related words >

- accounting,
- active list,
- blacklist,
- blocking,
- census,
- checklist,
- civil list,
- counting,
- dactylonomy,
- detailing,
- foliation,
- inventory,
- inventorying,
- itemization,
- items,
- list,
- measurement,
- numbering,
- numeration,
- pagination,
- parsing,
- quantification,
- quantization,
- register,
- registry,
- repertory,
- resolution,
- retired list,
- scansion,
- schedule,
- schematization,
- sick list,
- tally,
- tally sheet,
- tallying,
- telling

- appraisal,
- appraisement,
- approximation,
- approximative,
- assessment,
- assize,
- assizement,
- calculation,
- chorographic,
- computation,
- correction,
- determination,
- estimate,
- estimation,
- estimative,
- evaluation,
- gauging,
- hypsographic,
- instrumentation,
- measure,
- measurement,
- mensural,
- mensuration,
- mensurational,
- mensurative,
- metric,
- metric system,
- numerative,
- oceanographic,
- quantification,
- quantitative,
- quantization,
- rating,
- survey,
- surveying,
- telemetering,
- telemetry,
- topographic,
- triangulation,
- valuation,
- valuational,
- valuative

- accounting,
- analysis,
- automatic electronic navigation,
- booking,
- braking,
- cataloging,
- chronicling,
- computation,
- coordination,
- enlistment,
- enrollment,
- entering,
- entry,
- fact distribution,
- forecasts,
- impanelment,
- indexing,
- inscribing,
- inscription,
- insertion,
- inspection,
- inventorying,
- listing,
- logging,
- manipulation,
- matriculation,
- nonlinear calibrations,
- output measurement,
- posting,
- processing,
- recordation,
- recording,
- register,
- registration,
- registry,
- steering,
- supersonic flow detection,
- tabulation

- valued collapse
- (usually used in combination) having value of a specified kind; "triple-valued"
- held in great esteem for admirable qualities especially of an intrinsic nature; "a valued friend" related words >

- ad valorem,
- admeasured,
- admired,
- adored,
- appraised,
- appreciated,
- assessed,
- esteemed,
- evaluated,
- gauged,
- good for,
- held in respect,
- highly considered,
- honored,
- in high esteem,
- known by measurement,
- mapped,
- measured,
- metered,
- much-admired,
- plotted,
- prestigious,
- priced,
- prized,
- pro rata,
- quantified,
- quantized,
- rated,
- respected,
- revered,
- reverenced,
- surveyed,
- triangulated,
- valuated,
- valued at,
- venerated,
- well-considered,
- well-thought-of,
- worshiped,
- worth

- width collapse
- the extent of something from side to side related words >

- ambit,
- amplitude,
- area,
- beam,
- bigness,
- body,
- breadth,
- broadness,
- bulk,
- caliber,
- circle,
- compass,
- coverage,
- depth,
- diameter,
- dimension,
- dimensions,
- distance across,
- expanse,
- expansion,
- extension,
- extent,
- fullness,
- gauge,
- girth,
- greatness,
- height,
- largeness,
- latitude,
- length,
- magnitude,
- mass,
- measure,
- measurement,
- orbit,
- panorama,
- proportion,
- proportions,
- radius,
- range,
- reach,
- scale,
- scope,
- size,
- span,
- spread,
- volume,
- wideness

- telemetry collapse
- automatic transmission and measurement of data from remote sources by wire or radio or other means related words >

- appraisal,
- appraisement,
- approximation,
- assessment,
- assize,
- assizement,
- bioinstrumentation,
- calculation,
- computation,
- correction,
- determination,
- estimate,
- estimation,
- evaluation,
- gauging,
- instrumentation,
- measure,
- measurement,
- measuring,
- mensuration,
- metric system,
- missilery,
- push-button control,
- quantification,
- quantization,
- radio control,
- rating,
- remote control,
- remote handling,
- rocketry,
- semiautomatic control,
- survey,
- surveying,
- telemechanism,
- telemeter,
- telemetering,
- transponder,
- triangulation,
- valuation

- altimetry,
- appraisal,
- appraisement,
- approximation,
- assessment,
- assize,
- assizement,
- bathymetry,
- biometrics,
- biometry,
- cadastration,
- calculation,
- cartography,
- chorography,
- computation,
- correction,
- craniometry,
- determination,
- estimate,
- estimation,
- evaluation,
- gauging,
- geodesy,
- geodetics,
- goniometry,
- hypsography,
- hypsometry,
- instrumentation,
- measure,
- measurement,
- measuring,
- metric system,
- metrology,
- oceanography,
- planimetry,
- psychometrics,
- psychometry,
- quantification,
- quantization,
- rating,
- stereometry,
- survey,
- surveying,
- telemetering,
- telemetry,
- topography,
- triangulation,
- valuation

- EDP,
- appraisal,
- appraisement,
- appraising,
- appreciation,
- assessing,
- assessment,
- classifying,
- collating,
- computer technology,
- computer typesetting,
- computing,
- data processing,
- data retrieval,
- electronic data processing,
- estimate,
- estimation,
- evaluating,
- evaluation,
- evaluative criticism,
- gauging,
- high-speed data handling,
- machine computation,
- measurement,
- opinion,
- ranking,
- rating,
- reckoning,
- reporting,
- scanning,
- sorting,
- valuation,
- valuing,
- view,
- weighing

- analyzing,
- appraisal,
- appraisement,
- appraising,
- appreciation,
- approximation,
- assessing,
- assessment,
- assize,
- assizement,
- calculation,
- categorization,
- classification,
- computation,
- correction,
- determination,
- estimate,
- estimation,
- evaluating,
- evaluation,
- evaluative criticism,
- factoring,
- grouping,
- identification,
- instrumentation,
- measure,
- measurement,
- measuring,
- mensuration,
- metric system,
- opinion,
- quantification,
- quantization,
- ranking,
- rating,
- reckoning,
- sifting,
- sifting out,
- sorting,
- sorting out,
- survey,
- surveying,
- telemetering,
- telemetry,
- triangulation,
- valuation,
- valuing,
- view,
- weighing,
- winnowing

- surveying collapse
- the practice of measuring angles and distances on the ground so that they can be accurately plotted on a map; "he studied surveying at college" related words >

- altimetry,
- appraisal,
- appraisement,
- approximation,
- assessment,
- assize,
- assizement,
- bathymetry,
- biometrics,
- biometry,
- cadastration,
- calculation,
- cartography,
- chorography,
- computation,
- correction,
- craniometry,
- determination,
- estimate,
- estimation,
- evaluation,
- gauging,
- geodesy,
- geodetic satellite,
- geodetics,
- geography,
- goniometry,
- hypsography,
- hypsometry,
- instrumentation,
- measure,
- measurement,
- measuring,
- mensuration,
- metric system,
- metrology,
- navigation,
- oceanography,
- orbiting geophysical observatory,
- planimetry,
- psychometrics,
- psychometry,
- quantification,
- quantization,
- rating,
- stereometry,
- survey,
- telemetering,
- telemetry,
- topography,
- triangulation,
- valuation

- instrumentation collapse
- the act of providing or using the instruments needed for some implementation
- the instruments called for in a musical score or arrangement for a band or orchestra related words >

- adaptation,
- agency,
- agent,
- appraisal,
- appraisement,
- approximation,
- arrangement,
- assessment,
- assize,
- assizement,
- calculation,
- channel,
- computation,
- correction,
- determination,
- estimate,
- estimation,
- evaluation,
- gauging,
- harmonization,
- industrial instrumentation,
- instrument,
- instrumentality,
- intonation,
- mean,
- measure,
- measurement,
- measuring,
- medium,
- mensuration,
- metric system,
- ministry,
- missilery,
- modulation,
- orchestration,
- organ,
- phrasing,
- preparation,
- quantification,
- quantization,
- rating,
- resolution,
- rocketry,
- setting,
- solution,
- survey,
- surveying,
- suspension,
- telemetering,
- telemetry,
- tone painting,
- tooling,
- transcription,
- triangulation,
- valuation,
- vehicle

- triangulation collapse
- a method of surveying; the area is divided into triangles and the length of one side and its angles with the other two are measured, then the lengths of the other sides can be calculated
- a trigonometric method of determining the position of a fixed point from the angles to it from two fixed points a known distance apart; useful in navigation related words >

- appraisal,
- appraisement,
- approximation,
- assessment,
- assize,
- assizement,
- automatic tracking,
- calculation,
- computation,
- correction,
- data transmission,
- determination,
- estimate,
- estimation,
- evaluation,
- flector tuning,
- gauging,
- instrumentation,
- locking on,
- locking signals,
- mapping,
- measure,
- measurement,
- measuring,
- mensuration,
- metric system,
- phase adjustment,
- pinpointing,
- precision focusing,
- quantification,
- quantization,
- radar navigation,
- radar-telephone relay,
- range finding,
- rating,
- scan conversion,
- scanning,
- signal modulation,
- survey,
- surveying,
- telemetering,
- telemetry,
- three-pointing,
- tracking,
- triggering signals,
- valuation

- dimension collapse
- the magnitude of something in a particular direction (especially length or width or height)
- one of three Cartesian coordinates that determine a position in space
- shape or form to required dimensions
- indicate the dimensions on; "These techniques permit us to dimension the human heart" related words >

- acreage,
- ambit,
- amplitude,
- area,
- bigness,
- body,
- breadth,
- bulk,
- caliber,
- circle,
- compass,
- confines,
- continuum,
- coverage,
- depth,
- diameter,
- dimensions,
- emptiness,
- empty space,
- expanse,
- expansion,
- extension,
- extent,
- field,
- galactic space,
- gauge,
- girth,
- greatness,
- height,
- infinite space,
- interstellar space,
- largeness,
- length,
- magnitude,
- mass,
- measure,
- measurement,
- nothingness,
- outer space,
- proportion,
- proportions,
- radius,
- range,
- reach,
- scale,
- scope,
- size,
- space,
- spatial extension,
- sphere,
- spread,
- superficial extension,
- surface,
- tract,
- void,
- volume,
- width

- appraisal collapse
- the classification of someone or something with respect to its worth
- a document appraising the value of something (as for insurance or taxation) related words >

- analyzing,
- appraisement,
- appraising,
- appreciation,
- apprizal,
- approximation,
- assessing,
- assessment,
- assize,
- assizement,
- calculation,
- categorization,
- classification,
- computation,
- correction,
- determination,
- dual pricing,
- estimate,
- estimation,
- evaluating,
- evaluation,
- evaluative criticism,
- factoring,
- gauging,
- grouping,
- identification,
- instrumentation,
- judgment,
- measure,
- measurement,
- measuring,
- mensuration,
- metric system,
- opinion,
- price determination,
- pricing,
- quantification,
- quantization,
- ranking,
- rating,
- reckoning,
- sifting,
- sifting out,
- sorting,
- sorting out,
- stock,
- survey,
- surveying,
- telemetering,
- telemetry,
- triangulation,
- unit pricing,
- valuation,
- valuing,
- view,
- weighing,
- winnowing

- evaluation collapse
- act of ascertaining or fixing the value or worth of
- an appraisal of the value of something; "he set a high valuation on friendship" related words >

- analyzing,
- appraisal,
- appraisement,
- appraising,
- appreciation,
- apprizal,
- approximation,
- assessing,
- assessment,
- assize,
- assizement,
- calculation,
- categorization,
- classification,
- computation,
- correction,
- decision,
- determination,
- dual pricing,
- estimate,
- estimation,
- evaluating,
- evaluative criticism,
- factoring,
- figuring,
- gauging,
- grouping,
- identification,
- instrumentation,
- interpretation,
- judgement,
- judging,
- judgment,
- measure,
- measurement,
- measuring,
- mensuration,
- metric system,
- opinion,
- price determination,
- pricing,
- quantification,
- quantization,
- ranking,
- rating,
- reckoning,
- sifting,
- sifting out,
- sorting,
- sorting out,
- stock,
- survey,
- surveying,
- telemetering,
- telemetry,
- triangulation,
- unit pricing,
- valuation,
- valuing,
- view,
- weighing,
- winnowing

- length collapse
- a section of something that is long and narrow; "a length of timber"; "a length of tubing"
- the linear extent in space from one end to the other; the longest horizontal dimension of something that is fixed in place; "the length of the table was 5 feet"
- the property of being the extent of something from beginning to end; "the editor limited the length of my article to 500 words" related words >

- aesthetic distance,
- amplitude,
- area,
- at full length,
- at length,
- at long last,
- bigness,
- body,
- breadth,
- bulk,
- caliber,
- clearance,
- compass,
- completely,
- coverage,
- deep space,
- depth,
- depths of space,
- diameter,
- dimension,
- dimensions,
- distance,
- divergence,
- duration,
- eventually,
- exhaustively,
- expanse,
- expansion,
- extension,
- extensively,
- extent,
- farness,
- finally,
- fully,
- gauge,
- girth,
- greatness,
- height,
- in detail,
- infinity,
- interminably,
- largeness,
- leeway,
- light-years,
- magnitude,
- margin,
- mass,
- measure,
- measurement,
- mileage,
- orbit,
- panorama,
- parsecs,
- period,
- perspective,
- piece,
- proportion,
- proportions,
- purview,
- radius,
- range,
- reach,
- realm,
- remoteness,
- scale,
- scope,
- separation,
- size,
- space,
- span,
- spread,
- stretch,
- stride,
- term,
- thoroughly,
- ultimately,
- volume,
- way,
- ways,
- width

- inspection collapse
- a formal or official examination; "the platoon stood ready for review"; "we had to wait for the inspection before we could use the elevator" related words >

- accounting,
- analysis,
- application,
- automatic electronic navigation,
- boning,
- brainwork,
- braking,
- checkup,
- computation,
- conning,
- contemplation,
- coordination,
- cram,
- cramming,
- drill,
- engrossment,
- examination,
- exercise,
- extensive study,
- eyeball inspection,
- fact distribution,
- forecasts,
- grind,
- grinding,
- headwork,
- inquest,
- inquiry,
- inquisition,
- investigation,
- lucubration,
- manipulation,
- mental labor,
- nonlinear calibrations,
- ocular inspection,
- output measurement,
- overhaul,
- overhauling,
- oversight,
- overview,
- perlustration,
- perusal,
- practice,
- probe,
- processing,
- quality control,
- reading,
- record keeping,
- research,
- restudy,
- restudying,
- review,
- run-through,
- scan,
- scrutiny,
- steering,
- study,
- studying,
- subject,
- supersonic flow detection,
- supervision,
- surveillance,
- survey,
- swotting,
- the eye,
- vetting,
- view,
- visitation,
- visual examination,
- wide reading

- admeasured,
- appraised,
- approaching,
- arranged,
- assessed,
- blueprinted,
- calculated,
- charted,
- coming,
- contrived,
- cooked-up,
- cut out,
- cut-and-dried,
- cut-and-dry,
- designed,
- desired,
- destinal,
- destined,
- determined,
- devised,
- emergent,
- eventual,
- extrapolated,
- fatal,
- fated,
- fatidic,
- figured,
- fixed,
- forthcoming,
- future,
- futuristic,
- gauged,
- hereafter,
- hoped-for,
- imminent,
- in the bag,
- in the works,
- known by measurement,
- later,
- mapped,
- measured,
- metered,
- methodized,
- nearing,
- on ice,
- on the agenda,
- on the anvil,
- on the calendar,
- on the carpet,
- on the docket,
- on the tapis,
- organized,
- packed,
- planned,
- prearranged,
- preconcerted,
- precontrived,
- predicted,
- premeditated,
- preordered,
- probable,
- projected,
- prophesied,
- prospective,
- put-up,
- quantified,
- quantized,
- rationalized,
- rigged,
- scheduled,
- schematized,
- schemed,
- set,
- set-up,
- shaped,
- stacked,
- strategetic,
- strategic,
- sur le tapis,
- surveyed,
- systematized,
- tactical,
- to come,
- to-be,
- triangulated,
- ultimate,
- valuated,
- valued,
- worked out

- steering collapse
- the act of steering a ship
- the act of setting and holding a course; "a new council was installed under the direction of the king" related words >

- accounting,
- action,
- agency,
- aim,
- analysis,
- authority,
- automatic electronic navigation,
- azimuth,
- bearing,
- bent,
- braking,
- command,
- computation,
- conduct,
- control,
- coordination,
- course,
- current,
- direction,
- direction line,
- drift,
- driving,
- execution,
- exercise,
- fact distribution,
- forecasts,
- functioning,
- governance,
- government,
- guidance,
- handling,
- heading,
- helmsmanship,
- husbandry,
- inclination,
- inspection,
- lay,
- lead,
- leading,
- lie,
- line,
- line of direction,
- line of march,
- management,
- managery,
- managing,
- manipulation,
- navigation,
- nonlinear calibrations,
- occupation,
- operancy,
- operation,
- ordering,
- orientation,
- output measurement,
- performance,
- performing,
- pilotage,
- piloting,
- point,
- practice,
- processing,
- quarter,
- range,
- record keeping,
- regulation,
- responsibility,
- run,
- running,
- set,
- steerage,
- supersonic flow detection,
- tendency,
- tenor,
- the conn,
- the helm,
- the wheel,
- track,
- trend,
- way,
- work,
- working,
- workings

- diameter collapse
- the length of a straight line passing through the center of a circle and connecting two points on the circumference
- a straight line connecting the center of a circle with two points on its perimeter (or the center of a sphere with two points on its surface) related words >

- air line,
- amplitude,
- area,
- axis,
- beeline,
- bigness,
- bisector,
- body,
- bore,
- boundary,
- breadth,
- bulk,
- caliber,
- center,
- chord,
- core,
- coverage,
- depth,
- diagonal,
- diaphragm,
- dimension,
- dimensions,
- direct line,
- directrix,
- divider,
- edge,
- equator,
- expanse,
- expansion,
- extension,
- extent,
- gauge,
- girth,
- great-circle course,
- greatness,
- halfway mark,
- heart,
- height,
- interior,
- kernel,
- largeness,
- length,
- line of demarcation,
- magnitude,
- mass,
- mean,
- measure,
- measurement,
- median,
- middle,
- midmost,
- midriff,
- midst,
- normal,
- nucleus,
- partition,
- perpendicular,
- proportion,
- proportions,
- radius,
- radius vector,
- range,
- reach,
- right line,
- scale,
- scope,
- secant,
- segment,
- semidiameter,
- shortcut,
- side,
- size,
- spread,
- straight,
- straight course,
- straight line,
- straight stretch,
- straightaway,
- streamline,
- tangent,
- thick,
- thick of things,
- transversal,
- vector,
- volume,
- waist,
- waistline,
- width,
- zone

- breadth collapse
- the capacity to understand a broad range of topics; "a teacher must have a breadth of knowledge of the subject"; "a man distinguished by the largeness and scope of his views" related words >

- acreage,
- amount,
- amplitude,
- area,
- beam,
- bigness,
- body,
- broad gauge,
- broad-mindedness,
- broadness,
- bulk,
- caliber,
- catholicity,
- compass,
- comprehensiveness,
- continuum,
- cosmopolitanism,
- coverage,
- degree,
- depth,
- detail,
- diameter,
- dimension,
- dimensions,
- distance,
- ecumenicalism,
- ecumenicism,
- ecumenicity,
- ecumenism,
- emptiness,
- empty space,
- expanse,
- expansion,
- extension,
- extent,
- field,
- fullness,
- galactic space,
- gamut,
- gauge,
- girth,
- greatness,
- height,
- infinite space,
- interstellar space,
- large-mindedness,
- largeness,
- latitude,
- length,
- liberality,
- magnitude,
- mass,
- measure,
- measurement,
- noninsularity,
- nothingness,
- orbit,
- outer space,
- proportion,
- proportions,
- radius,
- range,
- reach,
- scale,
- scope,
- size,
- space,
- spacious mind,
- span,
- spatial extension,
- sphere,
- spread,
- stretch,
- superficial extension,
- surface,
- sweep,
- thickness,
- tract,
- unbigotedness,
- unhideboundness,
- unparochialism,
- unprovincialism,
- void,
- volume,
- wide-mindedness,
- wideness,
- width

- expanse collapse
- a wide and open space or area as of surface or land or sky related words >

- acreage,
- ampleness,
- amplitude,
- area,
- beam,
- bigness,
- body,
- boundlessness,
- breadth,
- broadness,
- bulk,
- caliber,
- compass,
- continuum,
- coverage,
- depth,
- diameter,
- dimension,
- dimensions,
- distance,
- distance across,
- domain,
- emptiness,
- empty space,
- enormity,
- enormousness,
- expansion,
- extension,
- extent,
- field,
- formidableness,
- fullness,
- galactic space,
- gauge,
- gigantism,
- girth,
- grandeur,
- grandness,
- great scope,
- greatness,
- height,
- hugeness,
- immensity,
- infinite space,
- infinity,
- intensity,
- interstellar space,
- largeness,
- latitude,
- length,
- length and breadth,
- magnitude,
- mass,
- measure,
- measurement,
- might,
- mightiness,
- muchness,
- nothingness,
- orbit,
- outer space,
- plenitude,
- power,
- prodigiousness,
- proportion,
- proportions,
- radius,
- range,
- reach,
- scale,
- scope,
- size,
- space,
- span,
- spatial extension,
- sphere,
- spread,
- strength,
- stretch,
- stupendousness,
- superficial extension,
- surface,
- sweep,
- territory,
- tract,
- tremendousness,
- vastness,
- void,
- volume,
- wideness,
- width

- processing collapse
- preparing or putting through a prescribed procedure; "the processing of newly arrived immigrants"; "the processing of ore to obtain minerals" related words >

- accounting,
- analysis,
- architecture,
- arrangement,
- assembly,
- automatic electronic navigation,
- basic training,
- braking,
- briefing,
- building,
- casting,
- clearing the decks,
- composition,
- computation,
- construction,
- conversion,
- coordination,
- crafting,
- craftsmanship,
- creation,
- cultivation,
- devising,
- elaboration,
- equipment,
- erection,
- extraction,
- fabrication,
- fact distribution,
- familiarization,
- fashioning,
- fixing,
- forecasts,
- formation,
- forming,
- formulation,
- foundation,
- framing,
- groundwork,
- growing,
- handicraft,
- handiwork,
- harvesting,
- inspection,
- machining,
- makeready,
- making,
- making ready,
- manipulation,
- manufacture,
- manufacturing,
- milling,
- mining,
- mobilization,
- molding,
- nonlinear calibrations,
- output measurement,
- planning,
- prearrangement,
- prefabrication,
- preliminaries,
- preliminary,
- preliminary act,
- preliminary step,
- prep,
- preparation,
- preparatory study,
- preparing,
- prepping,
- prerequisite,
- pretreatment,
- producing,
- propaedeutic,
- provision,
- raising,
- readying,
- record keeping,
- refining,
- shaping,
- smelting,
- spadework,
- steering,
- supersonic flow detection,
- training,
- treatment,
- trial,
- tryout,
- warm-up,
- workmanship

- largeness collapse
- the property of having a relatively great size
- large or extensive in breadth or importance or comprehensiveness; "the might have repercussions of unimaginable largeness"; "the very extensiveness of his power was a temptation to abuse it" related words >

- ampleness,
- amplitude,
- area,
- bigheartedness,
- bigness,
- body,
- boundlessness,
- bounteousness,
- bountifulness,
- bounty,
- breadth,
- broadness,
- bulk,
- caliber,
- capaciousness,
- comprehensiveness,
- copiousness,
- coverage,
- depth,
- diameter,
- dimension,
- dimensions,
- easy purse strings,
- enormity,
- enormousness,
- expanse,
- expansion,
- expansiveness,
- extension,
- extensiveness,
- extent,
- formidableness,
- free hand,
- freedom,
- freehandedness,
- freeheartedness,
- freeness,
- fullness,
- gauge,
- generosity,
- generousness,
- gigantism,
- girth,
- givingness,
- graciousness,
- grandeur,
- grandiosity,
- grandness,
- great heart,
- great scope,
- greatheartedness,
- greatness,
- height,
- hospitality,
- hugeness,
- immensity,
- infinity,
- intensity,
- largeheartedness,
- largess,
- length,
- liberality,
- liberalness,
- magnanimity,
- magnitude,
- mass,
- measure,
- measurement,
- might,
- mightiness,
- muchness,
- munificence,
- open hand,
- open heart,
- openhandedness,
- openheartedness,
- plenitude,
- power,
- prodigiousness,
- profundity,
- proportion,
- proportions,
- radius,
- range,
- reach,
- scale,
- scope,
- size,
- spaciousness,
- spread,
- strength,
- stupendousness,
- tallness,
- tremendousness,
- unselfishness,
- vastness,
- volume,
- welcome,
- wideness,
- width

- correction collapse
- the act of offering an improvement to replace a mistake; setting right
- treatment of a specific defect; "the correction of his vision with eye glasses"
- a drop in stock market activity or stock prices following a period of increases; "market runups are invariably followed by a correction"
- something substituted for an error
- a rebuke for making a mistake
- a quantity that is added or subtracted in order to increase the accuracy of a scientific measure related words >

- admonishment,
- admonition,
- amendment,
- amends,
- appraisal,
- appraisement,
- approximation,
- assessment,
- assize,
- assizement,
- calculation,
- castigation,
- chastening,
- chastisement,
- chiding,
- compensation,
- computation,
- condign punishment,
- corrigendum,
- deserts,
- determination,
- disciplinary measures,
- discipline,
- editing,
- emendation,
- estimate,
- estimation,
- evaluation,
- ferule,
- fixing,
- gauging,
- improvement,
- infliction,
- instrumentation,
- judgment,
- judicial punishment,
- lecture,
- lesson,
- making right,
- measure,
- measurement,
- measuring,
- mending,
- mensuration,
- metric system,
- nemesis,
- objurgation,
- overhaul,
- overhauling,
- pains,
- pains and punishments,
- pay,
- payment,
- penal retribution,
- penalty,
- penology,
- punishment,
- punition,
- quantification,
- quantization,
- rating,
- rebuke,
- recension,
- recompense,
- rectification,
- redaction,
- redress,
- remedy,
- repair,
- repairing,
- reparation,
- reprehension,
- reprimand,
- reproach,
- reprobation,
- reproof,
- reproval,
- rescript,
- rescription,
- retribution,
- retributive justice,
- revampment,
- revisal,
- revise,
- revised edition,
- revision,
- rewrite,
- rewriting,
- rod,
- satisfaction,
- scolding,
- scourge,
- sermon,
- spanking,
- survey,
- surveying,
- telemetering,
- telemetry,
- triangulation,
- troubleshooting,
- upbraiding,
- valuation,
- well-deserved punishment,
- what-for

- census collapse
- a periodic count of the population
- conduct a census; "They censused the deer in the forest" related words >

- account,
- accounting,
- accounts,
- agenda,
- assemblage,
- assembly,
- beadroll,
- body count,
- cadastre,
- calendar,
- call-up,
- canvass,
- capitulation,
- census report,
- checklist,
- checkroll,
- code,
- collection,
- colligation,
- collocation,
- combination,
- comparison,
- composition,
- concourse,
- concurrence,
- confluence,
- conflux,
- congregation,
- constituents,
- content,
- contents,
- convergence,
- corralling,
- count,
- counting,
- dactylonomy,
- data-gathering,
- digest,
- divisions,
- docket,
- dramatis personae,
- elements,
- enumeration,
- foliation,
- gathering,
- guts,
- head count,
- honor roll,
- index,
- ingathering,
- ingredients,
- innards,
- insides,
- inventory,
- inventorying,
- items,
- junction,
- jury list,
- jury panel,
- juxtaposition,
- lineup,
- list,
- measurement,
- mobilization,
- muster,
- muster roll,
- nose count,
- numbering,
- numeration,
- order of business,
- pagination,
- part,
- parts,
- poll,
- program,
- property roll,
- quantification,
- quantization,
- questionnaire,
- recapitulation,
- reckoning,
- recount,
- recounting,
- rehearsal,
- repertory,
- returns,
- rodeo,
- roll,
- roll call,
- roster,
- rota,
- roundup,
- scroll,
- statement,
- summary,
- summation,
- summing,
- summing up,
- survey,
- table,
- table of organization,
- tallying,
- tax roll,
- telling,
- whole

- coordination collapse
- the regulation of diverse elements into an integrated and harmonious operation
- the skillful and effective interaction of movements
- the grammatical relation of two constituents having the same grammatical form related words >

- ability,
- accommodation,
- accounting,
- adaptation,
- address,
- adeptness,
- adjustment,
- adroitness,
- airmanship,
- analysis,
- artfulness,
- artisanship,
- artistry,
- assimilation,
- attunement,
- automatic electronic navigation,
- balancing,
- braking,
- bravura,
- brilliance,
- capability,
- capacity,
- charting,
- cleverness,
- coaptation,
- codification,
- command,
- competence,
- computation,
- control,
- craft,
- craftsmanship,
- cunning,
- deftness,
- dexterity,
- dexterousness,
- dextrousness,
- diplomacy,
- efficiency,
- equalization,
- equalizing,
- equating,
- equation,
- equilibration,
- evening,
- evening up,
- expertise,
- facility,
- fact distribution,
- finesse,
- forecasts,
- grace,
- grip,
- handiness,
- harmonization,
- horsemanship,
- ingeniousness,
- ingenuity,
- inspection,
- integration,
- know-how,
- manipulation,
- marksmanship,
- mastership,
- mastery,
- methodization,
- nonlinear calibrations,
- normalization,
- ordination,
- organization,
- output measurement,
- planning,
- practical ability,
- processing,
- proficiency,
- prowess,
- quickness,
- rationalization,
- readiness,
- reconcilement,
- reconciliation,
- record keeping,
- regularization,
- regulation,
- resource,
- resourcefulness,
- routinization,
- savoir-faire,
- savvy,
- seamanship,
- skill,
- skillfulness,
- squaring,
- steering,
- style,
- supersonic flow detection,
- symmetrization,
- synchronization,
- systematization,
- tact,
- tactfulness,
- technical brilliance,
- technical mastery,
- technical skill,
- technique,
- timing,
- virtuosity,
- wit,
- wizardry,
- workmanship

- assessment collapse
- the market value set on assets
- an amount determined as payable; "the assessment for repairs outraged the club's membership" related words >

- Irish dividend,
- account,
- allowance,
- analyzing,
- appraisal,
- appraisement,
- appraising,
- appreciation,
- apprizal,
- approximation,
- assessing,
- assize,
- assizement,
- bill,
- blackmail,
- blood money,
- calculation,
- categorization,
- cess,
- classification,
- computation,
- conscience money,
- contribution,
- correction,
- determination,
- direct tax,
- dual pricing,
- duty,
- emolument,
- estimate,
- estimation,
- evaluating,
- evaluation,
- evaluative criticism,
- factoring,
- fee,
- footing,
- gauging,
- graduated taxation,
- grouping,
- hush money,
- identification,
- imposition,
- impost,
- indirect tax,
- initiation fee,
- instrumentation,
- joint return,
- judgment,
- levy,
- measure,
- measurement,
- measuring,
- mensuration,
- metric system,
- mileage,
- opinion,
- price determination,
- pricing,
- progressive tax,
- quantification,
- quantization,
- ranking,
- rating,
- reckoning,
- retainer,
- retaining fee,
- scot,
- separate returns,
- sifting,
- sifting out,
- single tax,
- sorting,
- sorting out,
- stipend,
- stock,
- supertax,
- surtax,
- survey,
- surveying,
- tariff,
- tax,
- tax base,
- tax dodging,
- tax evasion,
- tax exemption,
- tax return,
- tax structure,
- tax withholding,
- tax-exempt status,
- taxable income,
- taxation,
- telemetering,
- telemetry,
- tithe,
- toll,
- triangulation,
- tribute,
- unit pricing,
- valuation,
- valuing,
- view,
- weighing,
- winnowing,
- withholding tax

- ranking collapse
- position on a scale in relation to others in a sport related words >

- absolute,
- all-absorbing,
- analysis,
- analyzing,
- appraisal,
- appraisement,
- appraising,
- appreciation,
- arch,
- arrangement,
- ascendant,
- assessing,
- assessment,
- assortment,
- authoritarian,
- authoritative,
- authorized,
- autocratic,
- banner,
- capital,
- cardinal,
- cataloging,
- categorization,
- central,
- champion,
- chief,
- classification,
- clothed with authority,
- codification,
- commanding,
- competent,
- consequential,
- considerable,
- controlling,
- crowning,
- culling,
- division,
- dominant,
- duly constituted,
- eminent,
- empowered,
- estimate,
- estimation,
- evaluating,
- evaluation,
- evaluative criticism,
- ex officio,
- filing,
- first,
- focal,
- foremost,
- gauging,
- governing,
- gradation,
- grading,
- great,
- grouping,
- headmost,
- hegemonic,
- hegemonistic,
- highest,
- imperative,
- important,
- indexing,
- influential,
- leading,
- magisterial,
- main,
- master,
- measurement,
- mighty,
- momentous,
- monocratic,
- official,
- opinion,
- overriding,
- overruling,
- paramount,
- pigeonholing,
- placement,
- potent,
- powerful,
- predominant,
- preeminent,
- premier,
- preponderant,
- prestigious,
- prevailing,
- primal,
- primary,
- prime,
- principal,
- prominent,
- puissant,
- ranging,
- rating,
- reckoning,
- ruling,
- screening,
- selection,
- senior,
- sifting,
- sorting,
- sorting out,
- sovereign,
- star,
- stellar,
- stratification,
- subdivision,
- subordination,
- substantial,
- supereminent,
- superior,
- supreme,
- tabulation,
- taxonomy,
- topflight,
- topmost,
- totalitarian,
- triage,
- typology,
- uppermost,
- valuation,
- valuing,
- view,
- weighing,
- weighty

- opinion collapse
- the reason for a court's judgment (as opposed to the decision itself)
- a personal belief or judgment that is not founded on proof or certainty; "my opinion differs from yours"; "what are your thoughts on Haiti?"
- the legal document stating the reasons for a judicial decision; "opinions are usually written by a single judge"
- a message expressing a belief about something; the expression of a belief that is held with confidence but not substantiated by positive knowledge or proof; "his opinions appeared frequently on the editorial page" related words >

- admonition,
- advice,
- advising,
- advocacy,
- affect,
- affectivity,
- analyzing,
- appraisal,
- appraisement,
- appraising,
- appreciation,
- apprehension,
- assessing,
- assessment,
- assumption,
- attitude,
- belief,
- brief,
- briefing,
- caution,
- caveat,
- climate of opinion,
- common belief,
- community sentiment,
- conceit,
- concept,
- conception,
- conclusion,
- conjecture,
- consensus gentium,
- consideration,
- consultation,
- conviction,
- council,
- counsel,
- direction,
- emotion,
- emotivity,
- estimate,
- estimation,
- ethos,
- evaluating,
- evaluation,
- evaluative criticism,
- exhortation,
- expostulation,
- eye,
- fancy,
- feeling,
- feeling tone,
- gauging,
- general belief,
- guidance,
- hortation,
- idea,
- image,
- imago,
- impression,
- instruction,
- intellectual object,
- judgement,
- judgment,
- lights,
- measurement,
- memory-trace,
- mental attitude,
- mental image,
- mental impression,
- mind,
- monition,
- mystique,
- notion,
- observation,
- parley,
- perception,
- personal judgment,
- persuasion,
- point of view,
- popular belief,
- position,
- posture,
- presumption,
- prevailing belief,
- proposal,
- psychology,
- public belief,
- public opinion,
- ranking,
- rating,
- reaction,
- recept,
- reckoning,
- recommendation,
- reflection,
- remonstrance,
- representation,
- sentiment,
- sight,
- speculation,
- stance,
- suggestion,
- supposition,
- theory,
- think,
- thinking,
- thought,
- valuation,
- valuing,
- view,
- viewpoint,
- warning,
- way of thinking,
- weighing

- quantum collapse
- (physics) the smallest discrete quantity of some physical property that a system can possess (according to quantum theory)
- a discrete amount of something that is analogous to the quantum in quantum theory related words >

- ASA scale,
- British candle,
- Hefner candle,
- Scheiner scale,
- aggregate,
- allotment,
- allowance,
- amount,
- amplitude,
- apportionment,
- atomerg,
- big end,
- bigger half,
- bit,
- bite,
- bougie decimale,
- budget,
- bulk,
- calorie,
- candle,
- candle lumen,
- candle power,
- candle-foot,
- candle-hour,
- candle-meter,
- chunk,
- commission,
- contingent,
- cut,
- deal,
- decimal candle,
- destiny,
- dinamode,
- dividend,
- dole,
- dyne,
- end,
- energid,
- equal share,
- erg,
- exposure meter,
- extent,
- fate,
- flux,
- foot-candle,
- foot-pound,
- force,
- half,
- halver,
- helping,
- horsepower-hour,
- horsepower-year,
- intensity,
- interest,
- international candle,
- joule,
- kilogram-meter,
- kilowatt-hour,
- lamp-hour,
- light,
- light meter,
- light quantum,
- lot,
- lumen,
- lumen meter,
- lumen-hour,
- lumeter,
- luminous flux,
- luminous intensity,
- luminous power,
- lux,
- magnitude,
- mass,
- matter,
- measure,
- measurement,
- meed,
- mess,
- modicum,
- moiety,
- numbers,
- part,
- percentage,
- photon,
- piece,
- portion,
- proportion,
- quantity,
- quota,
- rake-off,
- ration,
- segment,
- share,
- slice,
- small share,
- stake,
- stock,
- strength,
- substance,
- sum,
- total,
- unit of flux,
- unit of light,
- whole

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