suomi-englanti sanakirja

clock englannista suomeksi

  1. kello

  2. ottaa aikaa, kellottaa

  1. kello

  2. mittari

  3. ottaa aikaa">ottaa aikaa, kellottaa

  4. koriste

  5. Verbi

clock englanniksi

  1. An instrument that measures or keeps track of time; a non-wearable timepiece.

  2. (quote-book)

  3. A common noun relating to an instrument that measures or keeps track of time.

  4. ''A 12-hour clock system; an antique clock sale;'' ''Acme is a clock manufacturer.''

  5. The odometer of a vehicle.

  6. (ux)

  7. An electrical signal that synchronizes timing among digital circuits of semiconductor chips or modules.

  8. The seed head of a dandelion.

  9. A clock.

  10. A CPU clock cycle, or T-state.

  11. 1984, ''The Journal of Forth Application and Research'' (volume 2, page 83)

  12. Executing a NEXT to code takes 7 clocks, or 1.05 microseconds.
  13. 1990, Joseph F. Traub, Barbara J. Grosz, ''Annual Review of Computer Science'' (page 180)

  14. The best schedule produced by any hardware algorithm takes 7 clocks, whereas the statically reordered code in Figure 1.2(b) takes only 5 clocks.
  15. A luck-based patience or solitaire game with the cards out to represent the face of a clock.

  16. (syn)

  17. To measure the duration of.

  18. To measure the speed of.

  19. To hit (someone) heavily.

  20. To take notice of; to realise; to recognize someone or something.

  21. (quote-song)

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  24. {{quote-book|en|2006|title=Dublin Noir: The Celtic Tiger Vs. the Ugly American|author=Ken Bruen|page=36|url=,M1

  25. (quote-song)|title=Knock 'Em Out|passage=Cut to the pub on a lads night out, / Man at the bar cos it was his shout, / Clocks this bird and she looks OK, / Caught him looking and she walks his way,

  26. (quote-journal)

  27. To identify someone as being transgender.

  28. (quote-web)

  29. To falsify the reading of the odometer of a vehicle.

  30. To beat a video game.

  31. A pattern near the heel of a sock or stocking.

  32. {{quote-journal|en|1882|journal=Iolanthe, or The Peer and the Peri|author=W.S. Gilbert|title=When you're lying awake|url=

  33. {{quote-journal|en|1894|journal=Poems of Rural Life in the Dorset Dialect|author=William Barnes|page=110|title=Grammer's Shoes

  34. {{quote-book|en|2004|title=Traditional Scandinavian Knitting|author=Sheila McGregor|page=60|publisher=Courier Dover|url=|isbn=0486433005

  35. {{quote-book|en|2006|title=Fashion Source Book|author=J. Munslow, Kathryn McKelvey|page=231|url=|isbn=1405126930

  36. (RQ:Swift An Essay on Modern Educatio)

  37. his stockings with silver clocks were ravished from him
  38. To ornament (e.g. the side of a stocking) with figured work.

  39. A large beetle, especially the European beetle ((taxlink)).

  40. To make the sound of a hen; to cluck.

  41. To hatch.

  42. to hatch (gloss)