
Definition of Time unit
1. Noun. A unit for measuring time periods.
Generic synonyms: Amount, Measure, Quantity
Specialized synonyms: 24hour Interval, Day, Mean Solar Day, Solar Day, Twentyfour Hour Period, Twentyfour Hours, Night, Mean Solar Time, Mean Time, Ephemeris Time, Tdt, Terrestrial Dynamical Time, Terrestrial Time, Tt, Month, Day, Sidereal Day, Bell, Ship's Bell, 60 Minutes, Hour, Hr, 30 Minutes, Halfhour, 15 Minutes, Quarterhour, Min, Minute, Quarter, S, Sec, Second, Attosecond, Femtosecond, Picosecond, Nanosecond, Microsecond, Millisecond, Msec
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Literary usage of Time unit
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Mining Engineers' Handbook by Robert Peele (1918)
"... VEU <*» д/=0 \à* l by any time unit. SPEED is the name for magnitude of
velocity, aad d not refer to its sense or linear direction. ..."
2. A Study of State Aid to Public Schools in Minnesota by Raymond Asa Kent (1918)
"time unit COST In determining time unit cost both salaries and expenses for
current supplies were included in computing the cost, as has been stated before. ..."
3. Studies in the Social Sciences by University of Minnesota (1918)
"time unit COST In determining time unit cost both salaries and expenses for
current supplies were included in computing the cost, as has been stated before. ..."
4. The Kinetic Theory of Gases: Elementary Treatise with Mathematical Appendices by Oskar Emil Meyer (1899)
"In a unit of time those molecules only can cross the plane whose distances from
it at the beginning of the time unit are less than the length of path ..."
5. The Kinetic Theory of Gases: Elementary Treatise with Mathematical Appendices by Oskar Emil Meyer (1899)
"In a unit of time those molecules only can cross the plane whose distances from
it at the beginning of the time unit are less than the length of path ..."
6. College Algebra: With Applications by Ernest Julius Wilczynski (1916)
"The unit of velocity is the velocity of a body which moves at the rate of one
length unit per time unit. Therefore the unit of velocity will change if the ..."
7. A Treatise on Infinitesimal Calculus: Containing Differential and Integral by Bartholomew Price (1868)
"But if the time unit is half a second the velocity is 5. Ex. 2. Find the position
of a particle at a given time when the velocity varies as the distance ..."