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cal·i·brate

 (kăl′ə-brāt′)
tr.v. cal·i·brat·ed, cal·i·brat·ing, cal·i·brates
1. To check, adjust, or determine by comparison with a standard (the graduations of a quantitative measuring instrument): calibrate a thermometer.
2.
a. To make corrections in; adjust: calibrated the polling procedures to ensure objectivity.
b. To adjust (a display setting) so that recorded images are accurately reproduced: calibrated the tint on the computer monitor.
3. To determine the caliber of (a tube).

cal′i·bra′tor n.

calibrated

(ˈkælɪˌbreɪtɪd)
adj
(Units) marked with units
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Adj.1.calibrated - marked with or divided into degrees; "a calibrated thermometer"
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calibrated

[ˈkælɪbreɪtɪd] ADJcalibrado
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The police spokeswoman said: "He had failed in his duty by not calibrating equipment as required, he had been dishonest with regards to claims he had calibrated the equipment and overall his actions had brought discredit on Cleveland Police and the police service as a whole.
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So if yours is being calibrated or needs repair, see if you can borrow one from your next-door CBRN specialist.
Comprehensive building retrofits require an investment grade audit in conjunction with a calibrated hourly energy model.
Calibrating the image should flatten the reported intensity field and make it comparable to other calibrated images.
The probe is calibrated for Ontario soils, but eventually the device will be tested in Chile by a private silviculture company.
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In single-master, the gage is calibrated to zero or a reference measurement, and the user relies on the gage system accuracy to determine tolerance limits.
3] Such studies showed that learners were often overconfident when judging their own academic performance capabilities: middle-school students were poorly calibrated but overconfident when solving math problems, while students who were better calibrated or accurate in their perceived capabilities performed higher.