to measure up
- prove capable or fit; meet requirements
- He just doesn't measure up.
- No woman could measure up to his standard.
- Tatoeba: Where pillow fights can't even measure up to sentence fights.
- A ruler can measure something up to twelve inches in length.
- Lately it's not so fashionable to measure success by how far you climb up the corporate ladder.
- Every time a man is begotten and born, the clock of human life is wound up anew to repeat once more its same old tune that has already been played innumerable times, movement by movement and measure by measure, with insignificant variations.
- Measure 3.2: survey and follow-up of the coconut lethal yellowing disease;
- Measure 3.1: set up of an survey network for fruit flies;
- It is necessary to lay down detailed rules concerning the setting up of this new measure.
- Measure 2.1: set up of an agricultural phytosanitary warning system for rice production;
- Does the measure include aid for the setting up of forestry associations?
- In the Commission’s opinion, the measure was existing aid only up to 30 June 2001.
- Measure 3.1: set up of an agricultural phytosanitary warning system for rice production;
- description of the link with the young farmers setting-up measure (where this options was chosen),
- The measure aims at setting up the infrastructure for an exchange facility for investors and SMEs.