Verb(1) make fine adjustments or divide into marked intervals for optimal measuring(2) mark (the scale of a measuring instrument(3) measure the caliber of
(1) the regulators cannot properly calibrate the risks involved(2) So even though we can calibrate an instrument very accurately against an incandescent source, we don't know how well the instrument can subsequently measure the chromaticity of a particular artifact.(3) a separate control experiment is then carried out to calibrate the calorimeter(4) Units must conduct and track services on all categories of unit equipment and must calibrate tools.(5) It conveys no information other than how scared the government thinks you ought to be at this particular juncture, therefore allowing the government to calibrate the national mood with more precision than is usual.(6) In the absence of an adequate fossil record, geological events, rather than the first appearances of sister taxa in the geological record, are often used to calibrate molecular clocks.(7) Once a year, scientists will perform a health check to monitor ├ö├ç├┐critical systems, calibrate instruments and perform course corrections, if necessary├ö├ç├û.(8) It is impossible to calibrate influence but it seems likely the main impact of Mason and his cohorts was to talent spot young people in whom they saw potential.(9) The standards are necessary to calibrate the system and ensure accuracy.(10) To calibrate chlorophyll meter readings, it is best to have one or more strips in the field with nitrogen applied at a rate high enough to be non-yield limiting to serve as a reference.(11) Correctly calibrate the sprayer and check the nozzle output and adjustment before adding herbicide to a tank.(12) Huckabay advocates using ├ö├ç├┐adjusted range factors,├ö├ç├û which calibrate for pitching staffs, ballpark effects, and so on.(13) Thanks to its extensive research operation, Fianna Fail had a much clearer picture of the electorate, which allowed them to calibrate their message carefully and to monitor and tweak it during the course of the campaign.(14) It is clearly important to have a precise C-value as a standard, as without this it is impossible to calibrate all other species accurately.(15) Computer software is used to calibrate the strain gauge and calculate blood flow measurements in the leg.(16) Each and every time, we mentally calibrate the results.
(1) calibrate :: キャリブレーション
1. adjust ::
2. measure ::
3. set ::
4. graduate ::
5. correct ::
Different Formscalibrate, calibrated, calibrates, calibrating
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