Detailed Translations for scale from English to French


scale [the ~] noun

  1. the scale (spectrum; gamma; gamut)
    la gamme; le spectre; la série; l'éventail
  2. the scale
    la pellicule; l'écaille
  3. the scale
    le tartre
  4. the scale (boiler-scale)
    la sédimentation; le dépôt
  5. the scale (gamut; spectrum)
    l'échelle; l'échelle des sons; l'octave; la gamme des sons; la gamme
  6. the scale (flake)
    l'écaillure; la pellicule; l'écaille; la squame
  7. the scale (musical scale; octave)
    l'échelle; l'échelle des sons; la gamme; l'octave
  8. the scale
    – The capacity and performance of a given streaming media deployment. Web server networks are considered to be of a much larger scale compared to Windows Media server networks for delivering media streams, because of the ubiquity of HTTP. 1

to scale verb (scales, scaled, scaling)

  1. to scale
    – To enlarge or reduce the display of an item, such as a drawing or a proportional character font, by adjusting its size proportionally. 1

Conjugations for scale:

  1. scale
  2. scale
  3. scales
  4. scale
  5. scale
  6. scale
simple past
  1. scaled
  2. scaled
  3. scaled
  4. scaled
  5. scaled
  6. scaled
present perfect
  1. have scaled
  2. have scaled
  3. has scaled
  4. have scaled
  5. have scaled
  6. have scaled
past continuous
  1. was scaling
  2. were scaling
  3. was scaling
  4. were scaling
  5. were scaling
  6. were scaling
  1. shall scale
  2. will scale
  3. will scale
  4. shall scale
  5. will scale
  6. will scale
continuous present
  1. am scaling
  2. are scaling
  3. is scaling
  4. are scaling
  5. are scaling
  6. are scaling
  1. be scaled
  2. be scaled
  3. be scaled
  4. be scaled
  5. be scaled
  6. be scaled
  1. scale!
  2. let's scale!
  3. scaled
  4. scaling
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for scale:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
dépôt boiler-scale; scale armory; armoury; arsenal; custody; delivery; deposit; deposit at; depository; depot; dregs; entrust to; extradition; handing over; introduction; keeping; larder; leave with; lees; lodge with; money transfer; muck; pantry; presentation; preservation; quota; remittance; sediment; share; shed; sludge; storage; storage accommodation; storage place; store; storehouse; storeroom; supplies; supply; warehouse; yielding
gamme gamma; gamut; musical scale; octave; scale; spectrum chromatic spectrum; colour scale; cycle; price-range; range of colouring; route; row; sequence; series
gamme des sons gamut; scale; spectrum
octave gamut; musical scale; octave; scale; spectrum
pellicule flake; scale curl of hair; film; roll of film
spectre gamma; gamut; scale; spectrum apparition; bogey; ghost; ghostly apparition; phantom; specter; spectre; spook
squame flake; scale
sédimentation boiler-scale; scale accretion of land; sedimentation; silting
série gamma; gamut; scale; spectrum chain; concatenation; cycle; cyclus; row; sequence; series; string; succession
tartre scale boiler-scale; caesura; incision; tartar
écaille flake; scale curl of hair
écaillure flake; scale
échelle gamut; musical scale; octave; scale; spectrum calibration; flight of stairs; graduation; hierarchy; order of rank; rank; scale division; scale-reading; stairs; step-ladder; stepladder; steps
échelle des sons gamut; musical scale; octave; scale; spectrum
éventail gamma; gamut; scale; spectrum assortment; fan; pattern-card; selection
- exfoliation; graduated table; musical scale; ordered series; plate; scale leaf; scale of measurement; scurf; shell; weighing machine
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
mettre à l'échelle scale
- descale; surmount
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
dépôt cache

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Related Definitions for "scale":

  1. a flattened rigid plate forming part of the body covering of many animals2
  2. a metal sheathing of uniform thickness (such as the shield attached to an artillery piece to protect the gunners)2
  3. an indicator having a graduated sequence of marks2
  4. a measuring instrument for weighing; shows amount of mass2
  5. (music) a series of notes differing in pitch according to a specific scheme (usually within an octave)2
  6. a thin flake of dead epidermis shed from the surface of the skin2
  7. a specialized leaf or bract that protects a bud or catkin2
  8. relative magnitude2
    • they entertained on a grand scale2
  9. the ratio between the size of something and a representation of it2
    • the scale of the map2
    • the scale of the model2
  10. an ordered reference standard2
    • judging on a scale of 1 to 102
  11. size or measure according to a scale2
    • This model must be scaled down2
  12. measure with or as if with scales2
    • scale the gold2
  13. remove the scales from2
    • scale fish2
  14. pattern, make, regulate, set, measure, or estimate according to some rate or standard2
  15. climb up by means of a ladder2
  16. reach the highest point of2
    • We scaled the Mont Blanc2
  17. take by attacking with scaling ladders2
    • The troops scaled the walls of the fort2
  18. measure by or as if by a scale2
    • This bike scales only 25 pounds2
  19. To enlarge or reduce the display of an item, such as a drawing or a proportional character font, by adjusting its size proportionally.1
  20. The capacity and performance of a given streaming media deployment. Web server networks are considered to be of a much larger scale compared to Windows Media server networks for delivering media streams, because of the ubiquity of HTTP.1

Wiktionary Translations for scale:

  1. ordered numerical sequence
  2. size or scope
  3. ratio of distances
  4. assigning a magnitude
  5. series of notes
  6. keratin pieces covering the skin of certain animals
  7. coloured chitin
  8. flake of skin
  9. pine nut
  10. flaky material sloughed off heated metal
  11. scale mail
  12. device
  13. dish of a balance
  1. to change size of
  2. to climb
  3. remove the scales of
  1. Diagramme résolvant un problème numérique
  2. caractère de ce qui est ample.
  3. métrol|fr instrument de mesure utilisé pour peser des éléments, pour déterminer leur masse.
  4. (musique) ensemble des sept notes principales de la musique disposées selon leur ordre naturel dans l’intervalle d’une octave.
  5. coupe ; manière dont on couper certaines choses, dont elles tailler.
  6. Petites lames minces et plates qui couvrir la peau de certains poissons et de certains reptiles.
  7. dispositif composé de deux montants de bois ou de fer munis d’espace en espace de traverses de bois ou de fer disposées de manière qu’elles peuvent servir de degrés ou d’escalier.
  1. Escalader.

Cross Translation:
scale mode; gamme toonschaal — een volgens bepaalde schema stijgende of dalende opeenvolging van tonen
scale mode; gamme toonladder — een stijgende of dalende opeenvolging van tonen
scale échelle staffel — rente berekend over een bedrag op een rekening-courant over de periode tussen twee wijzigingen
scale écaille schub — een van meerdere overlappende plaatjes van keratine die aan een kant vastzitten en zo een oppervlak bedekken
scale échelle MaßstabVerhältnis einer grafischen Darstellung zur Realität
scale écaille Schuppe — regelmäßig geformte Platte aus Horn o. Ä. als Bestandteil der Haut vieler Tiere
scale graduation Skala — Zuordnungsvorschrift, Einteilung zu einer Bewertung
scale gamme Skala — Tonleiter
scale échelle Skale — Teil einer Anzeigeeinrichtung mit Teilungszeichen oder Ziffern auf einem Träger
scale gamme TonleiterMusik: eine zusammenhängende auf- oder absteigende Reihenfolge von Tönen, in einer feststehenden Anordnung der Tonschritte
scale plateau de balance Waagschale — Behälter zur Aufnahme des zu wiegenden Objekts bei einer Waage

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