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We measured from the back of the house to the fence.
The satellite measures atmospheric gases responsible for ozone destruction.
Success isn't measured by how much money you have.
Popularity is still measured in terms of winning elections.
Measured against the success of their closest rivals, the team's performance looks poor.
This is the American English definition of measure. View British English definition of measure.
a sweet brown powder that tastes like chocolate and is made from the seeds of a Mediterranean tree
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