scaled

[ UK /skˈe‍ɪld/ ]
[ US /ˈskeɪɫd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. (used of armor) having overlapping metal plates attached to a leather backing
  2. having the body covered or partially covered with thin horny plates, as some fish and reptiles
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How To Use scaled In A Sentence

  • The total cost structure of any business is likely to be scaled to the size of its largest resource. MANAGING FOR RESULTS
  • But the combination of natural materials imparts warmth to the space, which is comfortably scaled.
  • Through its use of color and light, the building celebrates a child's sense of joy and fresh discovery and is perfectly scaled for its young users.
  • Sales, filing and clerical work would be scaled back dramatically. Times, Sunday Times
  • The corresponding files are small in size and can be scaled at any resolution without losses.
  • The Romanian government yesterday unveiled a new, scaled-down security force.
  • The aerodynamic forces generated by rigid and flexible geometrically scaled hawkmoth wings were measured.
  • The thieves had scaled two fences and dragged the pup out of her locked kennel and lifted her over the walls, leaving two less valuable dogs behind.
  • Ossein pretreated for a 2weeks period exhibited the maximum % yield incase of bone gelatin, while the yield from intact skin was higher than that realized incase of de-scaled skin.
  • By the age of 21 he had already scaled the heights in the academic world.
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