If you say that something can wait, you mean that it is not important or urgent and so you will deal with it or do it later. I want to talk to you, but it can wait Any changes will have to wait until sponsors can be found
condition of a process that has it in a state that a computation is not being performed The process should be waiting for some event that would allow the computation to continue The event occurrance is indicated by a signal
(n ) A UNIX\256 command that waits for all background processes to complete, and reports their termination status
Wait is used in expressions such as wait a minute, wait a second, and wait a moment to interrupt someone when they are speaking, for example because you object to what they are saying or because you want them to repeat something. `Wait a minute!' he broke in. `This is not giving her a fair hearing!' = hold on, hang on
If you tell someone to wait and see, you tell them that they must be patient or that they must not worry about what is going to happen in the future because they have no control over it. We'll have to wait and see what happens. a wait-and-see attitude. a period of time in which you wait for something to happen, someone to arrive etc wait for
time during which some action is awaited; "instant replay caused too long a delay"; "he ordered a hold in the action"
To stay for; to rest or remain stationary in expectation of; to await; as, to wait orders
You can use wait when you are trying to make someone feel excited, or to encourage or threaten them. If you think this all sounds very exciting, just wait until you read the book As soon as you get some food inside you, you'll feel more cheerful. Just you wait
If something is waiting for you, it is ready for you to use, have, or do. There'll be a car waiting for you When we came home we had a meal waiting for us Ships with unfurled sails wait to take them aboard
look forward to the probable occurrence of; "We were expecting a visit from our relatives"; "She is looking to a promotion"; "he is waiting to be drafted"
the act of waiting (remaining inactive in one place while expecting something); "the wait was an ordeal for him"
If an employee waits on you, for example in a restaurant or hotel, they take orders from you and bring you what you want. There were plenty of servants to wait on her Each student is expected to wait at table for one week each semester
A wait is a period of time in which you do very little, before something happens or before you can do something. the four-hour wait for the organizers to declare the result
the act of waiting (remaining inactive in one place while expecting something); "the wait was an ordeal for him" serve as a waiter in a restaurant; "I'm waiting on tables at Maxim's" stay in one place and anticipate or expect something; "I had to wait on line for an hour to get the tickets" wait before acting
A UNIX® command which will wait for all background processes to complete, and report their termination status
Makes the script wait for the specified number of ticks I havent timed how many ticks there are in a second, but I would guess roughly 15 If you leave out the argument, it will wait for one tick
Tells an application whether or not to wait for the previous generation's execution to complete before initiating the next generation's work
emphasis If you say that you can't wait to do something or can hardly wait to do it, you are emphasizing that you are very excited about it and eager to do it. We can't wait to get started It's gonna be great. I can hardly wait
Musicians who sing or play at night or in the early morning, especially at Christmas time; serenaders; musical watchmen
When you wait for something or someone, you spend some time doing very little, because you cannot act until that thing happens or that person arrives. I walk to a street corner and wait for the school bus Stop waiting for things to happen. Make them happen I waited to see how she responded Angus got out of the car to wait We will have to wait a week or so before we know whether the operation is a success He told waiting journalists that he did not expect a referendum to be held for several months. + waiting wait·ing The waiting became almost unbearable
To stay or rest in expectation; to stop or remain stationary till the arrival of some person or event; to rest in patience; to stay; not to depart
period of expectation, as in: Dinner took a long time, but it was well worth the wait
Operation - Wait one game tic This command is mostly used when creating complex sets of commands and aliases Some commands cannot be executed in the same game slice, so this command allows a space in time between executing different commands *WARNING, the time of the command varies from system to system based on the CPU speed It's a bad idea to use the command to time things referencing human time, and it's also quite unwise using the command more than once in an alias
Any of several instances in which a computer's processor cannot execute instructions (either for the entire computer, or just for a specific task) until an I/O operation completes, or until an interrupt is resolved
With memory that slow, the processor is going to spend most of its time on wait states.
Waiting staff, wait staff, or waitstaff are those who work at a restaurant or a bar attending customers — supplying them with food and drink as requested. Traditionally, a male waiting tables is called a "waiter" and a female a "waitress." Some people prefer to use gender-neutral language, using waiter indiscriminately for males and females, waitperson, server, or waitron, an Americanism coined in the 1980s. Waiting staff can also be employed in (mainly large) private households, but there such specialisation is rarer with the general domestic staff performing the function of waiting staff. Waiting on tables is part of the most common occupations in the U.S., which is the service business (along with nursing, and teaching). The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that, as of May 2005, there are over 2.2 million persons employed as waiters and waitresses in the U.S
If you wait around or wait about, you stay in the same place, usually doing very little, because you cannot act before something happens or before someone arrives. The attacker may have been waiting around for an opportunity to strike I waited around to speak to the doctor. the ghastly tedium of waiting about at the airport
The application process that allows a student to be considered for a different type of room after Lottery is completed Wait list applications are taken for single, double, and triple rooms, as well as for Emerson Hall, the College Circle Apartments, the Garden Apartments, and the Terrace Suites
is a term used by institutions to describe a process in which they may initially delay offering or denying admission, but rather extend the possibility of admission in the future Colleges offer admission to wait list candidates if insufficient numbers of regularly admitted candidates accept their offers of admission Top of Page
A term used by institutions to describe a process which they may initially delay offering or deny admission Rather, the institution extends the possibility of admissions in the future Colleges offer admission to wait list candidates if insufficient numbers of regularly admitted candidates accept their offers of admission
A list of students who were not accepted outright to colleges but were too strong to reject outright These wait lists can include as few as ten students and as many as several hundred Every school has a different policy with regard to putting students on the wait list
a term used by institutions to describe a process in which they may initially delay offering admission Colleges offer admission to wait list candidates if insufficient number of regularly admitted candidates accept their offers of admission
work for or be a servant to; "May I serve you?"; "She attends the old lady in the wheelchair"; "Can you wait on our table, please?"; "Is a salesperson assisting you?"; "The minister served the King for many years"
An internal condition of delay in processing time executed by the CPU when a synchronizing control signal is not present Wait states synchronize the timing of a CPU with the relatively slower access time of the computer's main memory
A state when no instructions can be executed because the processor is waiting for data from a device or from memory A holding pattern into which the 8085 can go by generating WAIT states (nops) It does this whenever its READY input is low Present computers has no wait state and are known as a zero wait state computers
being and remaining ready and available for use; "waiting cars and limousines lined the curb"; "found her mother waiting for them"; "an impressive array of food ready and waiting for the guests"; "military forces ready and waiting"
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