jiffy

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İngilizce - Türkçe
dakika
saniye
kısa zaman
an
i., k.dili. an, lahza
{i} lahza
jiffy bag
lahza çanta
in a jiffy
kaşla göz arasında
in a jiffy
{k} (deyim) hemen,cok cabuk
in a jiffy
derhal

Derhal hazır olacağım. - I'll be ready in a jiffy.

in a jiffy
hemen
in a jiffy
göz açıp kapayıncaya kadar
wait a jiffy
bir saniye dur
İngilizce - İngilizce
A very short, unspecified length of time

I'll be back in a jiffy.

The time between alternating current power cycles (1/60 or 1/50 of a second)
The time taken for light to travel one centimetre in a vacuum (sometimes one foot, or sometimes the width of a nucleon)
A unit of time defined by the frequency of its basic timer; historically, and by convention, 0.01 seconds, but some operating systems use other values
a very short time (as the time it takes the eye blink or the heart to beat); "if I had the chance I'd do it in a flash"
Basic packet of kernel time, around 10ms on x86 Related to HZ, the basic resolution of the operating system The timer interrupt is raised each 10ms, which then performs some h/w timer related stuff, and marks a couple of bh's ready to run if applicable
{i} very short time, moment, instant, trice (Slang)
If you say that you will do something in a jiffy, you mean that you will do it very quickly or very soon. in a jiffy very soon (Perhaps from tshipi )
n 1 The duration of one tick of the system clock on the computer (see {tick}) Often one AC cycle time (1/60 second in the U S and Canada, 1/50 most other places), but more recently 1/100 sec has become common "The swapper runs every 6 jiffies" means that the virtual memory management routine is executed once for every 6 ticks of the clock, or about ten times a second 2 Confusingly, the term is sometimes also used for a 1-millisecond {wall time} interval Even more confusingly, physicists semi-jokingly use `jiffy' to mean the time required for light to travel one foot in a vacuum, which turns out to be close to one *nanosecond* 3 Indeterminate time from a few seconds to forever "I'll do it in a jiffy" means certainly not now and possibly never This is a bit contrary to the more widespread use of the word Oppose {nano} See also {Real Soon Now}
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A line of baking mixes manufactured by the Chelsea Milling Company
n 1 The duration of one tick of the system clock on your computer (see tick) Often one AC cycle time (1/60 second in the U S and Canada, 1/50 most other places), but more recently 1/100 sec has become common "The swapper runs every 6 jiffies" means that the virtual memory management routine is executed once for every 6 ticks of the clock, or about ten times a second 2 Confusingly, the term is sometimes also used for a 1-millisecond wall time interval 3 Even more confusingly, physicists semi-jokingly use `jiffy' to mean the time required for light to travel one foot in a vacuum, which turns out to be close to one nanosecond 4 Indeterminate time from a few seconds to forever "I'll do it in a jiffy" means certainly not now and possibly never This is a bit contrary to the more widespread use of the word Oppose nano See also Real Soon Now
1) 1/100 of a second 2) one millisecond 3) approximately one nanosecond 4) indeterminate time from a few seconds to forever
A jiffy is 1/60 of a second Jiffies are to seconds as seconds are to minutes
A moment; an instant; as, I will be ready in a jiffy
Jiffy bag
a thick envelope for sending objects which could be damaged in normal envelopes
Jiffy bags
plural form of Jiffy bag
Jiffy bag
a thick soft envelope, used for posting things that might break
in a jiffy
Very quickly; without delay

Call her if you have any problems and she'll get it fixed in a jiffy.

A jiffy
jiff
in a jiffy
in a moment, immediately, in a flash, instantly
jiffies
Plural of jiffy
jiffy