any of the thin overlapping plates of hard material covering the skin of many fish and reptiles
thing resembling this, especially a loose flake of diseased skin or eyes
a hard covering on the inside of pots, hot-water pipes, etc.
series of marks at regular distances for the purpose of measuring
relation between the actual size of sth and the map, diagram, etc. which represents it
relative size, extent, etc.
an arrangement of notes in a system of music
system of units for measuring
balance or instrument for weighing
climb up sth
remove the small flat hard pieces of skin from a fish
"judging on a scale of 1 to 10"
"they entertained on a grand scale"
"the scale of the map"
"the scale of the model"
"This bike scales only 25 pounds"
"The troops scaled the walls of the fort"
"We scaled the Mont Blanc"
"scale the gold"
"This model must be scaled down"
I weighed myself on her scales, and found I had lost weight.
出自： C. Priest
Providence..weighs the nations in an even scale.
In the balancing of probabilities..the scales don't bump..either way.
出自： J. Hilton
The scales are weighed heavily against him.
出自： W. R. Geddes
An old green garden-seat with the paint peeling off in scales.
出自： R. Firbank
Its scale..surpassed that of any church..in England.
出自： E. A. Freeman
The..intervention of foreign troops on a major scale.
出自： G. F. Kennan
Our..wish to preserve the planet must..be reduced to the scale of our competence.
The..paint was scaling from the brick walls.
出自： S. Bellow
The highest pass in Europe..and..it seemed as if we were scaling heaven itself.
出自： H. M. Field
A prisoner had escaped by scaling the roof.
出自： C. Morgan
Cecil..never attained the literary heights which his brother so often scaled.
By this, is..the corrupt deputy scaled.
出自：Measure for Measure , Shakespeare