[ten-sent, -sent] /ˈtɛnˌsɛnt, -ˈsɛnt/
five-and-ten (def 1).
noun, plural tenches (especially collectively) tench. 1. a freshwater food fish, Tinca tinca, of Europe and Asia that can survive short periods out of water. noun 1. a European freshwater cyprinid game fish, Tinca tinca, having a thickset dark greenish body with a barbel at each side of the mouth
noun, Radio. 1. a set of code numbers each beginning with the number ten and used as a code to describe different situations: originally used by the police, now used in CB and other radio communications.
plural noun 1. the precepts spoken by God to Israel, delivered to Moses on Mount Sinai; the Decalogue. Ex. 20; 24:12,34; Deut. 5. Though the numbering of these commandments may differ in some religions, that which has been followed in this dictionary is based on the King James Version of the Bible. Ten Commandments plural […]
Extension of Prolog to handle a clausal subset of first-order temporal logic with discrete time. Proposed by M. Abadi and Z. Manna of Stanford University. [“Temporal Logic in Programming”, M. Abadi et al, INtl Symp Logic Prog pp.4-16 (1987)].