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1. gauge

verb. ['ˈgeɪdʒ'] judge tentatively or form an estimate of (quantities or time).

Synonyms

  • reckon
  • guess
  • compute
  • give
  • calculate
  • misgauge
  • estimate
  • set
  • count
  • judge
  • put
  • lowball
  • guesstimate
  • place
  • quantise
  • work out
  • figure
  • assess
  • cipher
  • quantize
  • cypher
  • make
  • truncate
  • approximate

Antonyms

  • debit
  • disarrange
  • deglycerolize
  • pressurize

Etymology

  • gage (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Rhymes with Gauge

  • disengage
  • backstage
  • upstage
  • under-age
  • restage
  • onstage
  • offstage
  • bethpage
  • enrage
  • engage
  • assuage
  • stage
  • schrage
  • osage
  • krage
  • grage
  • drage
  • wrage
  • wage
  • sage
  • rage
  • paige
  • page
  • lage
  • kage
  • hage
  • gaige
  • gage
  • cage
  • age

How do you pronounce gauge?

Pronounce gauge as geɪʤ.

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How do you spell gauge? Is it guage ?

A common misspelling of gauge is guage

Sentences with gauge


1. Verb, base form
This helps create financial statements for the business to gauge its general performance.

2. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
This helps the reviewers gauge your credibility and overall ability to accurately evaluate the candidate.

3. Noun, singular or mass
This will allow the light on the gauge to come on only when the headlights are turned on.

4. Adjective
Verify that the gauge pressure increases when the throttle is depressed.

2. gauge

noun. ['ˈgeɪdʒ'] a measuring instrument for measuring and indicating a quantity such as the thickness of wire or the amount of rain etc..

Synonyms

  • depth gauge
  • vacuum gauge
  • measuring device
  • vacuum gage
  • petrol gage
  • strain gauge
  • wire gauge
  • gage
  • dipstick
  • wind gage
  • surface gauge
  • strain gage
  • water gage
  • udometer
  • surface gage
  • pressure gage
  • pressure gauge
  • gasoline gauge
  • water glass
  • measuring system
  • anemometer
  • rain gauge
  • gas gauge
  • measuring instrument
  • wire gage
  • rain gage
  • depth gage
  • gasoline gage
  • wind gauge
  • scribing block
  • water gauge
  • gas gage
  • pluviometer

Antonyms

  • overvalue
  • divide
  • multiply
  • integrate

Etymology

  • gage (Middle English (1100-1500))

3. gauge

verb. ['ˈgeɪdʒ'] adapt to a specified measurement.

Synonyms

  • standardize

Antonyms

  • forbid
  • disallow

Etymology

  • gage (Middle English (1100-1500))

4. gauge

noun. ['ˈgeɪdʒ'] accepted or approved instance or example of a quantity or quality against which others are judged or measured or compared.

Synonyms

  • measure
  • standard of measurement
  • standard
  • criterion

Antonyms

  • take
  • borrow
  • breastfeed
  • starve

Etymology

  • gage (Middle English (1100-1500))

5. gauge

verb. ['ˈgeɪdʒ'] measure precisely and against a standard.

Synonyms

  • measure

Antonyms

  • shrink
  • hide

Etymology

  • gage (Middle English (1100-1500))

6. gauge

noun. ['ˈgeɪdʒ'] diameter of a tube or gun barrel.

Synonyms

  • diameter
  • bore
  • caliber
  • diam

Antonyms

  • add
  • subtract
  • esteem
  • respect

Etymology

  • gage (Middle English (1100-1500))

7. gauge

verb. ['ˈgeɪdʒ'] mix in specific proportions.

Synonyms

  • immix
  • merge
  • coalesce
  • fuse
  • meld
  • mix
  • combine
  • conflate
  • blend
  • flux

Antonyms

  • disinherit
  • explode
  • stay
  • stand still

Etymology

  • gage (Middle English (1100-1500))

8. gauge

verb. ['ˈgeɪdʒ'] rub to a uniform size.

Antonyms

  • winterize

Etymology

  • gage (Middle English (1100-1500))

9. gauge

noun. ['ˈgeɪdʒ'] the thickness of wire.

Antonyms

  • exclude

Etymology

  • gage (Middle English (1100-1500))

10. gauge

noun. ['ˈgeɪdʒ'] the distance between the rails of a railway or between the wheels of a train.

Synonyms

  • narrow gauge
  • broad gauge
  • distance
  • length

Antonyms

  • disesteem
  • mistrust
  • distrust
  • deny

Etymology

  • gage (Middle English (1100-1500))
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