(Askeri) MOMENT: Hava nakliyesinde, yükün, uçaktaki bir referans noktasından uzaklığıyla ağırlığının çarpımı. MONETARY ALLOWANCE IN LIEU OF QUARTERS: MESKEN BEDELİ: Bak. "basic allowance for quarters". MONETARY ALLOWANCE IN LIEU OF SUBSISTENCE: TAYİN BEDELİ: Bak. "basic allowance for subsistence"
The document in question is of such immense importance that its publication might very easily – I might almost say probably – lead to European complications of the utmost moment.
You use of the moment to describe someone or something that is or was especially popular at a particular time, especially when you want to suggest that their popularity is unlikely to last long or did not last long. He's the man of the moment, isn't he?
A distance measurement on a model forward or aft of its balance point as in nose moment or tail moment
You use expressions such as at the moment, at this moment, and at the present moment to indicate that a particular situation exists at the time when you are speaking. At the moment, no one is talking to me This is being planned at the present moment = now, currently
The effect of the distribution of the mass of an object on its resistance to change in motion A moment is calculated by multiplying the magnitude of a force by the length of its lever arm, the perpendicular distance between the line of action of the force and the point where it is applied
The tendency of force to affect motion Tendency, or measure of tendency, to produce motion, especially about a point or axis The product of a quantity and its perpendicular distance from a reference point
The tendency of a force to cause a rotation about a point or axis which in turn produces bending stresses
If someone does something at the last moment, they do it at the latest time possible. They changed their minds at the last moment and refused to go
an indefinitely short time; "wait just a moment"; "it only takes a minute"; "in just a bit"
An essential element; a deciding point, fact, or consideration; an essential or influential circumstance
You can refer to a very short period of time, for example a few seconds, as a moment or moments. In a moment he was gone She stared at him a moment, then turned away Stop for one moment and think about it! In moments, I was asleep once more. = minute, second
Importance, as in influence or effect; consequence; weight or value; consideration
The product of (the bending) effects of loads causing a force and the distance to a particular axis or point
having important effects or influence; "decisions of great consequence are made by the president himself"; "virtue is of more moment that security"
You use for the moment to indicate that something is true now, even if it will not be true in the future. For the moment, however, the government is happy to live with it
emphasis If you say that something will or may happen at any moment or any moment now, you are emphasizing that it is likely to happen very soon. They ran the risk of being shot at any moment He'll be here to see you any moment now
emphasis You use the expression the next moment, or expressions such as `one moment he was there, the next he was gone', to emphasize that something happens suddenly, especially when it is very different from what was happening before. The next moment there was an almighty crash He is unpredictable, weeping one moment, laughing the next
A twisting action; a torque; a force acting at a distance from a point in a structure so as to cause a tendency of the structure to rotate about that point See also bending moment, moment connection
A particular moment is the point in time at which something happens. At this moment a car stopped at the house Many people still remember the moment when they heard that President Kennedy had been assassinated
If you say that someone or something has their moments, you are indicating that there are times when they are successful or interesting, but that this does not happen very often. The film has its moments
emphasis If you say that you do not believe for a moment or for one moment that something is true, you are emphasizing that you do not believe that it could possibly be true. I don't for a moment think there'll be a divorce. = for a minute
an indefinitely short time; "wait just a moment"; "it only takes a minute"; "in just a bit
the n-th moment of a distribution is the expected value of the n-th power of the deviations from a fixed value the moment of a couple is the product of its force and the distance between its opposing forces a particular point in time; "the moment he arrived the party began"
The turning effect of a force applied to a rotational system at a distance from the axis of rotation. The moment is equal to the magnitude of the force multiplied by the perpendicular distance between its line of action and the axis of rotation
A period of silence conducted to honor or provide a gesture of respect to a recently deceased person, as part of the mourning process. May also be conducted following a tragic event or on the anniversary thereof
The principal requested a moment of silence in memory of the two popular teen-aged girls who died in a car accident over the weekend.
Quantitative measure of the rotational inertia of a body. As a rotating body spins about an external or internal axis (either fixed or unfixed), it opposes any change in the body's speed of rotation that may be caused by a torque. It is defined as the sum of the products obtained by multiplying the mass of each particle of matter in a given body by the square of its distance from the axis of rotation
If you refer to a time or event as the moment of truth, you mean that it is an important time when you must make a decision quickly, and whatever you decide will have important consequences in the future. Both men knew the moment of truth had arrived. = crunch
the point at which the emotional and logical sides of a consumer’s brain simultaneously engage while watching a commercial is believed to create a long-term perception of a brand, as seen when plotting Flow of Emotion research results against Flow of Attention results
Branding Moments® is trademarked by Hello-Hello, Inc. an affiliate of Ameritest.
a peak moment in a commercial that features only the identity of the brand with no other distracting visuals and has high recall ratings, as seen in the Flow of Attention
Our computer ad had a poor brand linkage score because it did not offer a single-minded branding moment. Our logo always appeared in the background, competing for attention with the action in the foreground.
If you refer to a decision, event, or change as momentous, you mean that it is very important, often because of the effects that it will have in the future. the momentous decision to send in the troops. a momentous event, change, or decision is very important because it will have a great influence on the future
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