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The government has commissioned a poll to gauge public opinion on the issueThe police were able to gauge the speed of the car using a hand-held radar gun.

The government has commissioned a poll to gauge public opinion on the issue.

Use a pressure gauge to make sure you don't put too much air in your tires.

The machine has various temperature gauges and pressure gauges that must be monitored at all times.

It has been difficult to gauge the leader's reaction to the crisis in his party because he has refused to make any comment on the issue.

The Dow-Jones average is an important gauge of economic activity on the stock market.

The sweater is made with very fine gauge knit wool.

The speed gauge on my car is broken so I can't tell how fast I'm going.

We need a very thin gauge wire to get through the hole.

Logan Pearsall Smith once suggested that the vitality of a new movement in Art must be gauged by the fury it arouses.

There is a Chinese proverb which observes that the human heart is difficult to gauge.

The government had not properly gauged the degree of popular discontent with its policies.

Someone once suggested that you can often gauge a man's ambition by whether he hates his alarm clock or considers it his dear friend.

In a recent study conducted at a museum, researchers gauged the popularity of each exhibit by noting how quickly the floor tiles in front of the display needed to be replaced.

Nowadays, many cars have sensors to gauge such things as temperature, speed, fuel level, and pressure.

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