any complete round or series of occurrences that repeats or is repeated.
a round of years or a recurring period of time, especially one in which certain events or phenomena repeat themselves in the same order and at the same intervals.
any long period of years; age.
a bicycle, motorcycle, tricycle, etc.
a group of poems, dramas, prose narratives, songs etc., about a central theme, figure, or the like:
the Arthurian cycle.
a sequence of changing states that, upon completion, produces a final state identical to the original one.
one of a succession of periodically recurring events.
a complete alteration in which a phenomenon attains a maximum and minimum value, returning to a final value equal to the original one.
Mathematics. a permutation of a set of elements that leaves the original cyclic order of the elements unchanged.
the smallest interval of time required to complete an operation in a computer.
a series of computer operations repeated as a unit.
verb (used without object), cycled, cycling.
to ride or travel by bicycle, motorcycle, tricycle, etc.
to move or revolve in cycles; pass through cycles.
hit for the cycle, Baseball. (of one player) to hit a single, double, triple, and home run in one game.
a recurring period of time in which certain events or phenomena occur and reach completion or repeat themselves in a regular sequence
a completed series of events that follows or is followed by another series of similar events occurring in the same sequence
the time taken or needed for one such series
a vast period of time; age; aeon
a group of poems or prose narratives forming a continuous story about a central figure or event: the Arthurian cycle
a series of miracle plays: the Chester cycle
a group or sequence of songs See song cycle
short for bicycle, tricycle, motorcycle
(astronomy) the orbit of a celestial body
a recurrent series of events or processes in plants and animals: a life cycle, a growth cycle, a metabolic cycle
(physics) a continuous change or a sequence of changes in the state of a system that leads to the restoration of the system to its original state after a finite period of time
one of a series of repeated changes in the magnitude of a periodically varying quantity, such as current or voltage
a set of operations that can be both treated and repeated as a unit
the time required to complete a set of operations
one oscillation of the regular voltage waveform used to synchronize processes in a digital computer
(in generative grammar) the set of cyclic rules
(transitive) to process through a cycle or system
(intransitive) to move in or pass through cycles
to travel by or ride a bicycle or tricycle
cycle cy·cle (sī’kəl)
An interval of time during which a characteristic, often regularly repeated event or sequence of events occurs.
A single complete execution of a periodically repeated phenomenon.
A periodically repeated sequence of events.
A single complete execution of a periodically repeated phenomenon. See also period.
A circular or whorled arrangement of flower parts such as those of petals or stamens.
or super-delegate [soo-per-del-i-git, ‐geyt] /ˈsu pərˌdɛl ɪ gɪt, ‐ˌgeɪt/ noun 1. a party leader or elected public official chosen as an uncommitted delegate to a national political convention. superdelegate /ˈsuːpəˌdɛlɪɡɪt/ noun 1. another name for an unpledged delegate
adjective, denser, densest. 1. having the component parts closely compacted together; crowded or compact: a dense forest; dense population. 2. stupid; slow-witted; dull. 3. intense; extreme: dense ignorance. 4. relatively opaque; transmitting little light, as a photographic negative, optical glass, or color. 5. difficult to understand or follow because of being closely packed with ideas […]
- Superdense theory
/ˌsuːpəˈdɛns/ noun 1. (astronomy) a former name for the big-bang theory
[soo-per-dom-uh-nuh nt] /ˌsu pərˈdɒm ə nənt/ noun, Music. 1. submediant. superdominant /ˌsuːpəˈdɒmɪnənt/ noun 1. (US & Canadian) another word for submediant