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Oxford dictionary definition of the word gauge:

noun
1an instrument that measures and gives a visual display of the amount, level, or contents of something:
a fuel gauge
a tool for checking whether something conforms to a desired dimension:
mark out the details of the angled surfaces with a knife and gauge
a means of estimating something:
emigration is perhaps the best gauge of public unease
2the thickness, size, or capacity of something, especially as a standard measure, in particular:
the diameter of a wire, fibre, tube, etc.:
[as modifier]:
a fine 0.018-inch gauge wire
[in combination] a measure of the diameter of a gun barrel, or of its ammunition, expressed as the number of spherical pieces of shot of the same diameter as the barrel that can be made from 1 lb (454 g) of lead:
[as modifier]:
a 12-gauge shotgun
[in combination] the thickness of sheet metal or plastic:
[as modifier]:
500-gauge polythene
the distance between the rails of a line of railway track:
the line was laid to a gauge of 2 ft 9 ins
3 Nautical, archaic the position of a sailing ship to windward ( the weather gage) or leeward ( the lee gage) of another:
the French fleet was heavily outnumbered but had the weather gage
verb
[with object]
1estimate or determine the amount, level, or volume of:
astronomers can gauge the star’s intrinsic brightness
judge or assess (a situation, mood, etc.):
she was unable to gauge his mood
2measure the dimensions of (an object) with a gauge:
when dry the assemblies can be gauged exactly
(as adjective gauged) made in standard dimensions:
gauged sets of strings
Derivatives

gaugeable

adjective
gauger

noun
Origin:

Middle English (denoting a standard measure): from Old French gauge (noun), gauger (verb), variant of Old Northern French jauge (noun), jauger (verb), of unknown origin

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