[ UK /kˈælɪpɐ/ ]
  1. an instrument for measuring the distance between two points (often used in the plural)
  1. measure the diameter of something with calipers
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How To Use calliper In A Sentence

  • Eggs were labeled with a permanent marker, candled to estimate the stage of development, weighed to the nearest 0.5 g using a spring scale, and measured (length and width) to the nearest 0.1 mm with calipers.
  • Judith C had been disabled since birth, getting about with sticks and, for much of her life, leg calipers.
  • At pharyngeal recess level, parapharyngeal space and parapharyngeal structure were observed and measured in the width and area with vernier caliper and associate pane.
  • Install rotor, caliper, and wheel and tire assembly, then adjust parking brake shoes.
  • Be familiar with using measure equipment: caliper, height gauge, etc.
  • His head had been steadied straight up in a most unnatural position, with a kind of callipers or steel braces, and he must have been told to "look up and smile" for a full minute. Social life in old New Orleans : being recollections of my girlhood,
  • We are a company specialized in manufacturing brake calipers, master brake cylinder, wheel cylinder and other chassis parts.
  • He cut a right rear tire on lap 94, putting him 12 laps down because the brake caliper broke off the housing.
  • The steering system is lighter and more compact than a steering column and rack and the brakes occupy the same space as a conventional caliper.
  • ‘The new alloy is ideal for high-temperature cast components used in engines such as pistons, connecting rods, actuators, brake calipers and rotors,’ said Lee.
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