find the size or amount of something You can measure a cup using a string.
find out how far something moves, or how long, how much, or how warm something is You can measure how long the toy car is.
how much there is of something that you can quantify
determine the measurements of something or somebody, take measurements of; "Measure the length of the wall"
place a value on; judge the worth of something; "I will have the family jewels appraised by a professional"
a ASpecific instrument or data element used to quantify or calibrate an indicator
a method of quantifying information
an amount of something, such as money or volume
to determine the value of something by using the appropriate device. For example, we would measure the length of a book using a ruler.
A performance indicator that is quantifiable and used to determine how well a business is operating. For example, measures can be Revenue, Revenue/Employee, and Profit Margin %.
A quantifiable unit that provides information regarding the volume, financial performance, service quality and results of a service.
A way of evaluating something or a standard against which something can be compared.
A system of comparing and contrasting characteristics of something using standard units. We use the Generic Learning Outcomes (GLOs) as standard units to explore and assess the character of learning in museums, archives and libraries and to report on it using numerical data. We also 'get the measure' of learning (understand it) using the GLOs and describe it using qualitative data. The two types of measurement combine to give breadth through statistical data and depth through descriptive accounts.