measure up[ mezh-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF measure up
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MEASURE UP
“Oh––measure up and then down, to see which way is longest,” said Genevieve.
It's only in the goodly land of Lloydsboro that I can measure up to all you expect of me.
Students are afraid they will not measure up and demand to be taught by the book.
"I guess our grandsires could measure up with anybody's," Amanda said proudly.
It did not and could not measure up to the real necessities of the situation.
They will measure up to standard in the future as they have in the past.
Those who do not measure up to a certain standard shall be eliminated.
The East should not measure up the West by Eastern standards.
Then the church in Quebec will measure up to the church in Belgium and in France.
It was regretable that the steed did not measure up to her rider.