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/klɔk/ (o'clock) /ə'klɔk/
Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: An instrument other than a watch for measuring or indicating time, especially a mechanical or electronic device having a numbered dial and moving hands or a digital display.
- noun: A time clock.
- noun: A source of regularly occurring pulses used to measure the passage of time, as in a computer.
- noun: Any of various devices that indicate measurement, such as a speedometer or a taximeter.
- noun: A biological clock.
- noun: Botany The downy flower head of a dandelion that has gone to seed.
- verb-transitive: To time, as with a stopwatch: clock a runner.
- verb-transitive: To register or record with a mechanical device: clocked the winds at 60 miles per hour.
- verb-intransitive: To record working hours with a time clock: clocks in at 8 A.M. and out at 4 P.M.
- idiom: around Throughout the entire 24 hours of the day; continuously.
- idiom: clean (someone's) clock Slang To beat or defeat decisively: "Immense linemen declared their intentions to clean the clocks of opposing players” ( Russell Baker).
- idiom: kill Sports To preserve a lead by maintaining possession of the ball or puck until playing time expires.
- noun: An embroidered or woven decoration on the side of a stocking or sock.
- laikrodis (sieninis, stalinis ar bokšto)
- at 5 o'clock penktą valandą