loss of isochronism in the movement of a pendulum as a result of its relation to the escapement.
- Escape notice
Elude attention or observation, as in It must have escaped the editor’s notice so I’ll write again. [ c. 1700 ]
- Escape road
noun 1. a road, usually ending in a pile of sand, provided on a hill for a driver to drive into if his brakes fail or on a bend if he loses control of the turn
- Escape rhythm
escape rhythm n. Three or more consecutive impulses occurring at a rate that does not exceed the upper limit of the inherent pacemaker of the heart.
- Escape routine
noun 1. (computing) a means of leaving a computer-program sequence before its end, in order to commence another sequence