the thickness of wire or certain metal objects, or the width of the barrel of a gun
instrument for measuring the amount or level of sth
a standard measure of weight, size, etc., to objects can be compared
measure by means of a gauge
make a judgment about
"I estimate this chicken to weigh three pounds"
"gauge the wine barrels"
"the wire is gauged"
"gauge the instruments"
His intellect..was much above the low gauge which people used to assign to it.
出自： A. W. Kinglake
He gauged yses depnesse of the dyche with a speare.
出自： Ld Berners
I have gauged..the river..and obtained..the quantity of water in cubic feet per day.
出自： John Phillips
The copper-tin alloy was not always accurately gauged.
出自： P. Warner
Productivity is gaged by output per manhour.