|incalculable, invaluable, not estimable, cannot be measured or assessed; priceless||inestimable|
|(Slang) extremely, immensely; very, quite, expensive; valuable, priceless; beloved, dear; affectedly delicate, overly refined, fastidious or affected, not to be wasted, term of endearment, used for emphasis, valued||precious|
|ability to be measured||mensurability|
|able to be measured, can be measured, estimable, determinable, assessable||measurable|
|able to be measured, can be measured, measurable, mensural||mensurable|
|able to be rated, can be rated, estimable, can be evaluated, can be assessed, property tax income, ratables, rateables, taxable buildings or other property||ratable|
|accepted value of currency, allocated standard score, average, average level, equal status or level; face value of a currency compared to a foreign currency as measured by its worth in precious metals (Finance)||par|
|according to standardized measures, always true algebraically, complete, perfect; pure; unlimited; definite, positive; not relative, constant in value, despotic, full and unconditional, grammatically independent, independent and unmodifiable, measured ...||absolute|
|allowance for artistic perspective when drawing, appearance of distant objects to observer, measured assessment of situation, particular evaluation of something, viewpoint, outlook; vista||perspective|
|amount paid, filmed sequence showing event, length measured in feet; scene which has been filmed on camera, length of piece of film, payment by size, size in feet||footage|
|ancient device for time measurement, water clock, ancient instrument that measured time by regulated flow of water or mercury||clepsydra|
|applied to all, being or having same status, level, lying down, measured in horizontal plane, of horizon, parallel to the horizon, flat, something horizontal, something which is parallel to level ground||horizontal|
|area of water that is shallow enough to be measured with a hand sounding line; measurements obtained by sounding with a lead and line||soundings|
|awkward and ungainly, measured by angles, pointed; having angles; bony; stiff, sharply defined, thin||angular|
|body dimension measured for clothing, calculation of size or extent; assessment of capacity or dimension; system of measures (liquid measurement, dry measurement), measuring of something, size of something measured||measurement|
|brightness of a star measured photographically||photographic magnitude|
|calculable, estimable, enumerable||computable|
|can be rated, estimable, can be evaluated, can be assessed; liable to taxation, taxable, ratable||rateable|
|cannot be measured by quantity, does not have an estimable quantity||nonquantitative|
|cannot be measured; immense, enormous, vast or huge||immeasurable|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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