[ee-vuh n-stee-vuh n] /ˈi vənˈsti vən/
having no balance of debt on either side; even in the setting of accounts.
having an equal chance or score; tied.
Fair; even; equitable: Give me the hundred and fifty and we’ll call it even-steven
: And we’ll do likewise for San Francisco and Odessa, or any places we want, always evenstephen (1866+)
Exactly equal; also, with nothing due or owed on either side. For example, I’ve paid it all back, so now we’re even-steven. This rhyming phrase is used as an intensive for even. [ Mid-1800s ]
- Event creation
noun the planning and staging of a public social event Examples The event creation company devises and develops special once-off type events which involves significant creative input.
- Event description language
language (EDL) [“EDL: A Basis for Distributed System Debugging Tools”, P.C. Bates et al, in Proc Hawaii Intl Conf on Sys Sci, Jan 1982, pp.86-93]. (2007-07-11)
programming A kind of program, such as a graphical user interface, with a main loop which just waits for events to occur. Each event has an associated handler which is passed the details of the event, e.g. mouse button 3 pressed at position (355, 990). For example, X window system and most Visual Basic application […]
[ee-vuh n-tem-perd] /ˈi vənˈtɛm pərd/ adjective 1. not easily ruffled, annoyed, or disturbed; calm. adjective 1. not easily angered or excited; calm