Scale

フレーズと例文

large scale   (大規模)

This project is currently in progress on a large scale.

Plans for large scale redevelopment are underway in 2020.

It is however expensive to rear ostriches on a large scale.

small scale   (小規模)

Rose Coco-Glp-2 from small scale farmers in Kenya.

The town also has different small scale industries.

The operations were however essentially small scale.

smaller scale   (小規模)

Wilkinson revised the project to a far smaller scale.

The industry continues today, though on a smaller scale.

The work is on a smaller scale than the other late quartets.

larger scale   (大規模)

He has now finished another upon a larger scale.

Cities clear snow on a much larger scale than individuals.

A larger scale allows for a more efficient division of labour.

scale model   (スケールモデル)

A scale model is a replica of some larger design.

It included a scale model, drawings and photographs.

Filmmakers created scale model of Statue of Saint Wenceslas.

global scale   (地球規模)

On a global scale, their influence is still prevalent.

Global warming and agriculture are interrelated on a global scale.

The two factors combined to greatly magnify the role of plants on the global scale.

time scale   (タイムスケール)

The geologic time scale encompasses the history of the Earth.

UTC is a discontinuous time scale.

Many molecular processes exhibit fluxionality that can be probed on the NMR time scale.

economies of scale   (規模の経済)

Extreme economies of scale are one possible cause.

Conventional food systems operate on economies of scale.

This offers excellent economies of scale.

national scale   (全国規模)

Now we have the opportunity to prove that on a national scale.

Property taxes in Pennsylvania are relatively high on a national scale.

full scale   (フルスケール)

The first full scale practice was held on 17 November.

A full scale non-flying mock up has also been exhibited.

The clay full scale motorhome was created.

scale models   (スケールモデル)

The car was later sold in 1:64 and 1:24 scale models.

Static scale models are used for collection or display.

Italeri has a wide portfolio of scale models.

grand scale   (大規模な)

His works are often on a grand scale and complex.

Megamusicals are known for their grand scale.

Their shape—elegantly rounded—recalls that of antique trumpets on a grand scale."

industrial scale   (工業規模)

This reaction is carried out on an industrial scale to produce ethanol.

On an industrial scale, butadiene is prepared by thermal cracking of butanes.

Fur animal production on an industrial scale started in the 1930s in Denmark.

major scale   (大規模)

The remaining bells form the major scale in G sharp.

Its tonal relationships are comparable to the Western music C major scale.

From any major scale, a new scale is obtained by taking a different degree as the tonic.

magnitude scale   (マグニチュードスケール)

The magnitude scale is a reverse logarithmic scale.

(7.8 on the Chinese surface magnitude scale.)

The 1976 event registered 7.5 on the moment magnitude scale.

intensity scale   (強度スケール)

The earthquake caused intensity VII damage on the Mercalli intensity scale.

The maximum felt intensity was IX ("Violent") on the Mercalli intensity scale.

The maximum felt intensity of shaking was X ("extreme") on the Mercalli intensity scale.

massive scale   (大規模)

A destruction of civilian population on a massive scale is it not a genocide?"

He arrogated, regimented and centralized political authority on a massive scale.

6) Execute a de facto depreciation by buying foreign currencies on a massive scale.

chromatic scale   (半音階)

These tone holes let the player produce every note of the chromatic scale.

All similar chords in the chromatic scale can then be played by barring a single fret.

The pitch of each consecutive fret is defined at a half-step interval on the chromatic scale.

minor scale   (マイナースケール)

The species is exploited on a minor scale, for fisheries and the aquarium trade.

Said another way, the C Hungarian minor scale is equivalent to the G Arabic scale.

There are other scales available through just intonation, for example the minor scale.

scale up   (拡大する)

Joan Segura describes the business as a "scale up" as it emphasizes the execution of the project in stages.

Lorenz proposed a mathematical model for how tiny motions in the atmosphere scale up to affect larger systems.

Depending on the actual usage pattern the chip will be able to scale up or down, feeding the core with proper voltage.

same scale   (同規模)

Note that the vertical axes of these two charts are not to the same scale.

The tenth score is judged using the same scale but is regarded to the riders overall position and correctness.

The Naugatuck River is a popular destination for fishing in northwestern Connecticut, though not on the same scale as the Farmington or Housatonic rivers.

scale insects   (鱗虫)

Other lady beetles feed on scale insects, whitefly and mealybugs.

Many species are predators of armoured scale insects (Diaspididae).

Adults feed from the secretions of scale insects (Coccoidea species).

wind scale   (風スケール)

Two of these strengthened into major hurricanes, which are Category 3 or higher on the Saffir–Simpson hurricane wind scale.

At 1200 UTC on September 28, Nadine re-strengthened into a Category 1 hurricane on the Saffir–Simpson hurricane wind scale.

This evidence was the basis of Bonnie's upgrade to a Category 1 on the Saffir–Simpson hurricane wind scale at 1800 UTC on June 25.

international scale   (国際規模)

He continued his research career on international scale.

He was the dominant figure in an inquiry on an international scale undertaken in 1932.

Within 5 years, Zabolotna’s team has brought to life over 50 art projects of national and international scale.

hurricane wind scale   (ハリケーン風スケール)

Two of these strengthened into major hurricanes, which are Category 3 or higher on the Saffir–Simpson hurricane wind scale.

At 1200 UTC on September 28, Nadine re-strengthened into a Category 1 hurricane on the Saffir–Simpson hurricane wind scale.

This evidence was the basis of Bonnie's upgrade to a Category 1 on the Saffir–Simpson hurricane wind scale at 1800 UTC on June 25.

scale factor   (スケール係数)

This metric contains a scale factor, which describes how the size of the universe changes with time.

Including the scale factor, the iteration is now This iteration can again be combined with rescaling.

The absolute value of is the area of the parallelogram, and thus represents the scale factor by which areas are transformed by "A".

commercial scale   (商業規模)

The first commercial scale oil plant based on the Kiviter technology was built in 1924.

The only commercial scale electricity production that does not employ a generator is solar PV.

Started as a pilot plant, the process of converting it to commercial scale plant took about 20 years.

first large scale   (最初の大規模)

It became the first large scale project aimed at fighting corruption.

The Bessemer process led to the first large scale manufacture of steel.

He developed one of the first large scale sheep farming runs in Canterbury.

sliding scale   (スライディングスケール)

When the tablet fractured, the hardness was read with a sliding scale.

LMI premiums are calculated using a sliding scale based on the loan amount and LVR.

Membership is open to anyone and dues are based upon a sliding scale based on the number of employees.

scale production   (スケール生産)

There is some small scale production of wine, mead and cider.

The Manhattan Project built mass scale production facilities for the war effort.

Full scale production commenced in mid-1857, replacing the large cent last struck earlier that year.

much smaller scale   (はるかに小さい規模)

As governor of New York, Franklin Delano Roosevelt had run a similar program on a much smaller scale.

The insurrection broke out in the other revolutionary districts, as well, though on a much smaller scale.

While a biome can cover large areas, a microbiome is a mix of organisms that coexist in a defined space on a much smaller scale.

scale back   (縮小する)

Jackson vowed to restore honesty in government and to scale back its excesses.

Because construction costs rose, the theatre had to scale back the renovations.

In 1824 he was advised that if he wanted to live longer, he needed to scale back his activities.

diatonic scale   (全音階)

All these scales meet the definition of diatonic scale.

A diatonic scale can be also described as two tetrachords separated by a whole tone.

musical scale   (音階)

Here are some popular compositions in this musical scale.

These different variations of swaras leads to more than one combination of musical scale.

Shivaranjani Shivaranjani or Sivaranjani is a musical scale used in Indian classical music.

pentatonic scale   (ペンタトニックスケール)

It is an "audava" rāgam (or "owdava", meaning pentatonic scale).

It is an "audava" rāgam (or "owdava" rāgam, meaning pentatonic scale).

much larger scale   (はるかに大きい規模)

Cities clear snow on a much larger scale than individuals.

"Ape and Super-Ape" analyzed these similarities on a much larger scale.

In late 2012, detailed plans to redevelop Del Amo on a much larger scale were unveiled.

wide scale   (広いスケール)

The existence of cannibalism on a wide scale in Liberia was subsequently verified.

There is a wide scale on where specific cultures fall under the uncertainty avoidance.

The British quickly saw the advantages of the new weapon and soon employed it on a wide scale.

length scale   (長さスケール)

BAOs set up a preferred length scale for baryons.

Here formula_11 is a convenient meniscus length scale.

This choice for this length scale makes formulas simpler.

descending scale   (下降スケール)

It opens with an ascending theme for the piano, answered by the cello with a descending scale.

Its "" structure (ascending and descending scale) using "swaras" in Carnatic music notation is as follows.

The descending scale is usually found at the beginning of a composition with the ascending form follows later.