The Collaborative International Dictionary
Mensurate \Men"su*rate\, v. t. [L. mensuratus, p. p. of mensurare. See Measure, v.] To measure. [Obs.]
vb. 1 (context obsolete English) To measure absolutely the height, lattitude and longitude of a point on the earth. 2 (context military English) To measure accurately and precisely the position of an object. Not to be confused with refinement. USAGE "That JTAC does not have the capability to mensurate, that is only something that intel personnel do."
Usage examples of "mensurate".
The sheer scale of the challenge we've undertaken requires of us a special integrity, a com mensurate valor, a whole new kind of dedication.