minute englannista suomeksi
A (usually formal) written record of a meeting or a part of a meeting.
2008, Pink Dandelion: ''The Quakers: A Very Short Introduction'', p 52:
- The Clerk or 'recording Clerk' drafts a minute and then, or at a later time, reads it to the Meeting. Subsequent contributions are on the wording of the minute only, until it can be accepted by the Meeting. Once the minute is accepted, the Meeting moves on to the next item on the agenda.
A point in time; a moment.
(quote-book)|(w)|passage=Tell her, that I some Certainty may bring; / I go this minute to attend the king.
A very small part of anything, or anything very small; a jot; a whit.
(quote-book)according to the Prophecies of him, which were so clear and descended to minutes and circumstances of his passion
A fixed part of a module.
A while or a long unspecified period of time
''Oh, I ain't heard that song in a minute!''
2010, Kenneth Ring, ''Letters from Palestine'', page 18:
- “Man, I haven’t seen you in a minute,” he says, smiling still. “Maybe like two, three years ago?”
To set down a short sketch or note of; to jot down; to make a minute or a brief summary of.
Lasting for a very short period; (l), (l)
(quote-book)|editor=Johannes Dietterle|title=Originala Verkaro|trans-title=Original Oeuvre|text=... kaj de nun ni pri ĉiuj minute kreskantaj projektoj absolute silentados.|t=and from now on we will be completely silent about all the briefly growing projects.
minute (etymology 1, time unit, all same senses)
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