Beaufort scale

Beaufort scale,

Definition of Beaufort scale:

  1. A scale of wind speed based on a visual estimation of the winds effects, ranging from force 0 (less than 1 knot or 1 mph, “calm”) to force 12 (64 knots or 74 mph and above, “hurricane”).

  2. Empirical scale for estimating wind speed, ranging from 0 (calm) to 12 (hurricane), by observing the winds effect on waves and visibility. Devised by the UK admiral Sir Francis Beaufort (1774-1857) originally for wind-over-sea, it has a corresponding scale for wind-over-land.

How to use Beaufort scale in a sentence?

  1. Typhoon Rananim brought hurricanes of force 12 on the Beaufort scale when it landed.

Meaning of Beaufort scale & Beaufort scale Definition



  1. The definition of BEAUFORT SCALE is: Wind speed rating system based on storm intensity in miles per hour: moderate, 32 to 38 cold, 39 to 46 strong, 47 to 54 full, 55 to 63 miles per hour. A hurricane is defined as a hurricane in which the wind speed is 64 to 75 miles per hour and a hurricane is more than 75 miles per hour. (Watch the storm)

Literal Meanings of BEAUFORT SCALE


Meanings of SCALE:
  1. Every thin blade of horn or bone that protects the skin from fish and reptiles usually overlaps.

  2. Thick, dry skin scales.

  3. An initial sheet of paper, feather or wrapping sheet.

  4. One of the many microscopic structures that cover the wings of butterflies and insects.

  5. Chipped coating or assembling

  6. White storage in Calderon, Calderon, etc. due to lime water vapor.

  7. It became tartar on the teeth.

  8. An oxide layer forms on the hot metal.

  9. Remove the ladder.

  10. Pour the saliva (with teeth) and pull it out.

  11. (Especially skin) l making scales.

  12. Break into flakes or thin, loose pieces.

  13. Scales, originally common scales (scales), but are now usually electronic or other weighing device

Sentences of SCALE
  1. It attaches to the fish with its mouth, enters the scales and skin with its tongue, and feeds on the body fluids of the host fish, often killing them.

  2. As well as fish bones and scales, a cat's skull has been found.

  3. A large number of them created the illusion that the walls of the room were wrinkled like the skin of the head and irregular scales.

  4. The roofs are wrapped like the scales of a snake trying to peel off its skin.

  5. From fish, scales, bones, blood, limbs and eyes, like everything possible.

  6. Even the mass of fish scales, bones, eyes and heads has been transformed into a clean, harmless and anonymous net.

  7. It was small in the palm of his hand and had a picture of a spitting fish with scales and small wings.

  8. On one wall is a largely crafted wine shelf and on the other is a pattern of intricate curves such as intricate carvings.

  9. The outer surface of the fiber consists of a series of overlapping scales, similar to fish scales.

  10. No one really knows how these cells differ in the formation of different structures such as the elastic outer layer of the skin, hard fish scales or hair softening.

Synonyms of SCALE

balance, pair of scales, calibration, graduated system, system of measurement, measuring system, register, ladder, ranking, pecking order, order, spectrum, progression, succession, sequence, series, size, scope, magnitude, dimensions, range, breadth, compass, degree, reach, spread, sweep, proportion