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I have those two objects that have dimensions that are pretty much the same.
Normally the bigger rectangle should be much more bigger because the scale is 2000 times bigger.

Here is the .blend file : https://www.mediafire.com/file/rjkkx9eby442xm9/support_disques_dur.blend/file

big rectangle small rectangle

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    $\begingroup$ scale doesn't say anything really except the factor from local to global space $\endgroup$ – HenrikD Nov 18 '19 at 21:14
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That's because the original scale of the object (when you added it) was relative to its first size (scale of an object is relative to its own original size, unlike dimensions).
To reset that scale just press Ctrl+A and click on apply scale, then you will see the object scale is [ 1, 1, 1 ] (unit scale). I hope that helps.

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