scaling

scaling
scal·ing || 'skeɪlɪŋ n. act of climbing or ascending; act of removing the skin flakes (from a fish); act of shedding skin flakes; calcification skeɪl n. progression of steps; table of graduated rates; system of marks used for measuring; flake; one of many thin plates forming a protective covering; weighing device; limescale v. climb; ascend; weigh; do according to a particular ratio; remove flakes or scales; become covered in limescale; change the size of something; adjust the size of a picture, resize a picture (Computers)

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