A storm rating scale based primarily on structural and tree damage. Meteorologists and engineers often classify Fujita on an official scale when conducting a thorough study of wind and ground damage. The scales range from F0 (minor damage in winds below 73 mph) to F4 (severe damage in winds from 207 to 260 mph).
Literal Meanings of Fujita Scale
Meanings of Scale:
Every small sheet of horn or thin bone that protects the skin from fish and reptiles usually overlaps.
Thick, dry skin scales.
Incomplete leaves, feathers or wrap.
One of the many microscopic structures that cover the wings of butterflies and insects.
Fast and agile
White rain in boilers, boilers, etc. due to severe water evaporation.
It became tartar on the teeth.
An oxide layer forms on the hot metal.
Remove the scales or scales.
Add salt (from teeth) and remove the tartar.
Forms scales (especially skin).
Sentences of Scale
It attaches to the fish with its mouth, attaches scales and skin to its tongue, and feeds on the body fluids of the host fish, often killing it.
Fish bones and scales as well as a cat's skull were found.
The sheer number of them created the illusion that the walls of the room were shattered with irrational scales like simple skin.
Tiles are filled like the scales of a snake that changes its skin.
I ate as much fish, scales, bones, blood, limbs and eyes.
Even fish go from many scales, bones, eyes and heads to clean, harmless and anonymous nets.
It is small in the palm of your hand and resembles a fish with small scales and wings.
One wall is occupied by an ornamental wine rack, and the other is covered with a leather design with intricate carvings like curtain scales.
The outer surface of the fiber consists of a series of fish-like overlapping scales.
No one really knows how these cells differ in different structures, such as the elastic outer layer of the skin, hard fish scales or the softening of the skin.
Synonyms of Scale
proportion, series, spectrum, spread, clamber up, go up, dimensions, mount, order, pair of scales, measuring system, scope, reach, shin, calibration, degree, breadth, scramble up, sequence, go over, relative size, register, balance, size, pecking order, graduated system, succession, sweep, system of measurement