Pronunciation of Scale
/skˈe͡ɪl/, /skˈe‍ɪl/, /s_k_ˈeɪ_l/

Antonyms for scale:

were precipitated, be come, re ceding, coming pass, taking place, lay down, hitting the dirt, was precipitated, de clines, is killed, give way, sub sided, giving way, wast killed, are destroyed, be-comes, fold up, cave in, wert taken, brake down, gave way, lied down, de creasing, dropt down, nose-dive, eating dirt, re-ceding, are taken, make, be came, be coming, caved in, were lost, nose dives, nose-dives, was killed, nose-dived, nose dived, take place, hit dirt, defers to, takes place, deferred to, taking a header, took a header, folded up, top-pled, break down, took header, be falling, am precipitated, be fallen, being casualty, was casualty, de-creased, passed into enemy hands, taking header, was lost, Re sign, hits the dirt, wert killed, am taken, is destroyed, re-lapse, decrease, de-creases, nosedove, fell pieces, being taken, guess, took place, being destroyed, lie down, put, falls, falls pieces, be lost, be-coming, nose dive, calculate, come pass, gauge, wast destroyed, art destroyed, folding up, wast precipitated, be precipitated, being killed, caving in, is casualty, re signed, art lost, be destroyed, be fall, art precipitated, was taken, folds up, be comes, re-lapsed, fall pieces, passing in to enemy hands, passes into enemy hands, art taken, breaks down, am destroyed, be-come, wast casualty, be falls, relapse, de-clines, de-creasing, were taken, dropped down, tips over, takes a header, am killed, deferring to, were killed, passed in to enemy hands, sub side, wast taken, sub-sides, re-cede, give up, drops down, art killed, comes to pass, sub sides, be taken, re-lapses, is lost, caves in, de crease, passing into enemy hands, being lost, fall to pieces, nose-dove, re lapsed, re signing, lying down, top pled, de creased, nose dove, eat dirt, came pass, were casualty, be-fell, tipping over, re lapse, hitting dirt, re lapsing, defer to, de-crease, nosedived, be-fallen, takes header, pass in to enemy hands, coming to pass, come to pass, wert precipitated, be-fall, re-ceded, be-falls, wert lost, re-lapsing, de-cline, take header, pass into enemy hands, hit the dirt, comes pass, de creases, was destroyed, ate dirt, is precipitated, lies down, re-cedes, came to pass, plummet, re-signs, broke down, take a header, nose diving, nose-diving, drop down, art casualty, be killed, descend, be-falling, are casualty, dropping down, fall, wert destroyed, be fell, is taken, be casualty, am casualty, nosediving, re lapses, breaking down, were destroyed, re signs, fell to pieces, are precipitated, re cedes, tipped over, hits dirt, are killed, be-came, am lost, being precipitated, falling to pieces, re-signed, de cline.

Synonyms for scale:

ascent (noun)

ascension, ascent, elevation, escalation, levitation, mounting, rising, uprising.

bit (noun)

atom, butt, chicken feed, chip, chunk, crumb, dab, dash, division, dollop, dose, dot, driblet, droplet, end, excerpt, fraction, fragment, grain, iota, item, jot, lump, mite, modicum, moiety, molecule, morsel, niggle, parcel, part, particle, pinch, portion, sample, scintilla, scrap, section, segment, shard, share, shaving, shred, slice, sliver, smidgen, snip, snippet, specimen, speck, splinter, sprinkling, stub, stump, taste, tittle, trace, trickle, peanuts, snatch, lick*.

breadth (noun)

amplitude, area, compass, comprehensiveness, dimension, expanse, fullness, greatness, largeness, magnitude, measure, orbit, space, stretch, sweep, vastness, Extensiveness, inclusiveness.

coat (noun)

crust, ectoderm, epidermis, felt, fleece, fur, hide, husk, integument, leather, membrane, pelage, pellicle, pelt, protective covering, rind, shell, skin, wool, Peltry, Scarfskin.

compensation (noun)

advantage, allowance, amends, atonement, benefit, bonus, bread, consideration, counterclaim, coverage, damages, defrayal, deserts, earnings, gain, honorarium, indemnification, indemnity, meet, pay, payment, payoff, premium, profit, quittance, reciprocity, reckoning, recompense, redress, reimbursement, remittal, remittance, remuneration, reparation, reprisal, requital, restitution, reward, salary, salt, satisfaction, settlement, shake, stipend, wage, Recoupment, take-home, take*, fee*.

degree (noun)

amplitude, caliber, degree, grade, intensity, level, magnitude, notch, potential, quality, step.

extent (noun)

acreage, area, dimension, extent, field, leeway, length, measure, neighborhood, plane, plateau, range, reach, region, room, scope, space, span, stretch, territory, volume, zone.

flake (noun)

chip, dandruff, flake, fleck, paring, shaving.

gauge (noun)

calipers, compass, dial, gauge, line, log, micrometer, protractor, rod, rule, ruler, sextant, square, straightedge, tape measure, transit, vernier, yardstick, T square.

measure (noun)


rank (noun)

footing, mark, place, position, series, stage, standing, state, station, status, term.

scale (noun)

calibration, computation, extent, film, flake, gamut, gradation, hierarchy, incrustation, ladder, lamina, layer, order, pecking order, plate, progression, proportion, range, ranking, rate, ratio, reach, register, rule, scope, scurf, sequence, series, spectrum, spread, steps, system, way, degrees.

ascend (verb)

arise, ascend, climb, elevate, escalade, float, fly, levitate, lift, lift off, mount, move up, rise, scale, soar, sprout, tower, take off.

climb (verb)

ascend, top, ape up.

measure (verb)

appraise, benchmark, calculate, calibrate, compute, estimate, evaluate, quantify, quantize, rank, rate, score, survey, test.

scale (verb)

adjust, balance, calibrate, clamber, compare, compute, escalade, escalate, estimate, gauge, go up, graduate, mount, prorate, regulate, size, surmount.

Sense 1

bit, decorticate, dioxin, distillate, filtrate, immensity, leaf, pectoral fin, petal, stratify, weigh.

Sense 2

enormity, gill, greatness, measurement, order, procession, residue, semicircle, suite.

Sense 3

bulk, mandible, pare, rust, strip.

Sense 4

balance, crystal, fin, formation, get on, note, proportion, rope, row.

Sense 5


Sense 7

circle, size.

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Usage examples for scale:

Idioms for scale:

  • scale the heights;
  • scale up sth;
  • scale back sth;
  • scale sth to sth;
  • scale sth down;

Quotes for scale:

Rhymes for scale:

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