English words and Examples of Usage

use "gauge" in a sentence

As is often the case with such efforts, the impact is hard to gauge.

A colorimeter and a spectrophotometer are used to gauge exact color values.

Begala recalled a focus group they ran to gauge the public’s support.

It was the third weekly gain for gauge, which has risen 6 percent this year.

Retail figures are generally viewed as a more accurate gauge of consumer demand.

The jobs figures are a seen as a significant gauge of the health of the economy.

But even without the numbers, the full extent of the misery isn't hard to gauge.

The regional benchmark gauge slid 0.8 percent this week for a second weekly drop.

Trademark experts say it’s difficult to precisely gauge how much a name is worth.

A 20-gauge shotgun was found on him, though he did not fire it at officers, he added.

The SLN170's 28-gauge needle is very thin, which significantly reduces pain, said Yi.

A Bloomberg gauge on U.S. airlines retreated 1.1 percent after jumping 3 percent Friday.

A monthly gauge of housing heath by First American confirms a drop in demand in October.

It also uses in-flight tests to gauge abilities such as motor control and visualization.

Both are used as a way for physicians to gauge memory loss and other aspects of dementia.

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