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Cycle

Meanings and phrases

cycle

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n.
  1. an interval during which a recurring sequence of events occurs; rhythm; round
  2. a series of poems or songs on the same theme
  3. a periodically repeated sequence of events
  4. a single complete execution of a periodically repeated phenomenon; oscillation
  5. the unit of frequency; one hertz has a periodic interval of one second; hertz; Hz; cycle per second; cycles/second; cps
  6. a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals; bicycle; bike; wheel

cycle

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v.
  1. cause to go through a recurring sequence
  2. pass through a cycle
  3. ride a bicycle; bicycle; bike; pedal; wheel
  4. recur in repeating sequences
  5. ride a motorcycle; motorbike; motorcycle

Carnot cycle

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n.
  1. a cycle (of expansion and compression) of an idealized reversible heat engine that does work without loss of heat; Carnot's ideal cycle

Carnot 's ideal cycle

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n.
  1. a cycle (of expansion and compression) of an idealized reversible heat engine that does work without loss of heat; Carnot cycle

Krebs citric acid cycle

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n.
  1. in all plants and animals: a series of enzymatic reactions in mitochondria involving oxidative metabolism of acetyl compounds to produce high-energy phosphate compounds that are the source of cellular energy; Krebs cycle; citric acid cycle; tricarboxylic acid cycle

Krebs cycle

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n.
  1. in all plants and animals: a series of enzymatic reactions in mitochondria involving oxidative metabolism of acetyl compounds to produce high-energy phosphate compounds that are the source of cellular energy; Krebs citric acid cycle; citric acid cycle; tricarboxylic acid cycle

business cycle

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n.
  1. recurring fluctuations in economic activity consisting of recession and recovery and growth and decline; trade cycle
E.g.
  • This includes standard analysis of the business cycle in macroeconomics.
  • The company is experiencing difficulties, or simply is at a low point in their business cycle.
  • Hayek's principal investigations in economics concerned capital, money and the business cycle.

carbon cycle

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n.
  1. the organic circulation of carbon from the atmosphere into organisms and back again
  2. a thermonuclear reaction in the interior of stars
E.g.
  • As such it is an important sink in the carbon cycle.
  • The paths of carbon in the environment form the carbon cycle.
  • He is known for his work in understanding the carbon cycle in plants.

cardiac cycle

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n.
  1. the complete cycle of events in the heart from the beginning of one heart beat to the beginning of the next; an electrical impulse conducted through the heart muscle that constricts the atria which is followed by constriction of the ventricles

citric acid cycle

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n.
  1. in all plants and animals: a series of enzymatic reactions in mitochondria involving oxidative metabolism of acetyl compounds to produce high-energy phosphate compounds that are the source of cellular energy; Krebs cycle; Krebs citric acid cycle; tricarboxylic acid cycle
E.g.
  • In the citric acid cycle all the intermediates (e.g.
  • In the absence of oxygen, the citric acid cycle ceases.
  • Catabolism does not involve a complete citric acid cycle.

cycle of rebirth

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n.
  1. (Hinduism) repeated rebirth in new forms

cycle on

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v.
  1. come to the starting point of a cycle

cycle per second

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n.
  1. the unit of frequency; one hertz has a periodic interval of one second; hertz; Hz; cycles/second; cps; cycle

cycle rickshaw

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n.
  1. a tricycle (usually propelled by pedalling); used in the Orient for transporting passengers for hire; pedicab

food cycle

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n.
  1. (ecology) a community of organisms where there are several interrelated food chains; food web

life cycle

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n.
  1. a series of stages through which an organism passes between recurrences of a primary stage
  2. the course of developmental changes in an organism from fertilized zygote to maturity when another zygote can be produced
E.g.
  • The life cycle takes about six months to complete.
  • The life cycle of "E. bohmi" has not been studied.
  • These butterflies usually have a 2 year life cycle.

menstrual cycle

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n.
  1. a recurring cycle (beginning at menarche and ending at menopause) in which the endometrial lining of the uterus prepares for pregnancy; if pregnancy does not occur the lining is shed at menstruation
E.g.
  • Without estrogen release, the menstrual cycle is disrupted.
  • The endometrial lining is either reabsorbed (estrous cycle) or shed (menstrual cycle).
  • The menstrual cycle could be a determinant risk factor in the frequency of Alveolar Osteitis.

nitrogen cycle

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n.
  1. the circulation of nitrogen; nitrates from the soil are absorbed by plants which are eaten by animals that die and decay returning the nitrogen back to the soil

trade cycle

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n.
  1. recurring fluctuations in economic activity consisting of recession and recovery and growth and decline; business cycle

tricarboxylic acid cycle

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n.
  1. in all plants and animals: a series of enzymatic reactions in mitochondria involving oxidative metabolism of acetyl compounds to produce high-energy phosphate compounds that are the source of cellular energy; Krebs cycle; Krebs citric acid cycle; citric acid cycle

vicious cycle

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n.
  1. one trouble leads to another that aggravates the first; vicious circle

cell cycle

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E.g.
  • It is a relatively short period of the cell cycle.
  • This occurs during the S phase of the cell cycle.
  • That leads to late blockage of G1/S cell cycle.

cycle race

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E.g.
  • There is also a local cycling club and the area hosts an annual cycle race.
  • It is sometimes used by the Tour de France cycle race, including on the 2013 Tour.
  • The climb over the pass has been used several times in the Tour de France cycle race.

election cycle

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E.g.
  • It became one of the top three races in the election cycle.
  • Assembly's composition is subject to a 4-year election cycle.
  • Many regard his lost as the biggest surprise of the 2017 election cycle.

song cycle

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E.g.
  • 1 and the song cycle "From Jewish Folk Poetry".
  • "Discoteca Batalla" was Perla's follow-up album to the Mestiza song cycle.
  • In 1987, Lauris Elms commissioned a song cycle from composer Derek Strachan.

cycle path

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E.g.
  • A cycle path runs through the northern part.
  • Nowadays the Houtweg is no longer a road, but a paved cycle path.
  • In the mid-1980s, the route was opened as a cycle path, now the Alban Way.

second cycle

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E.g.
  • The target group is basically second cycle institutions.
  • The XT 150 has the option of sending riders around a second cycle at the operator's discretion.
  • • The first output of rich Vermicompost takes 2-2½ months but the second cycle is completed within 45 days.

combined cycle

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E.g.
  • Daniel 3 and 4 are gas-fired combined cycle units.
  • The B4 has a combined cycle driving range of .
  • The combined cycle station was constructed in the 1990s.

development cycle

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E.g.
  • The development cycle ran for seven months.
  • By the end of the game's development cycle, the team had grown to contain dozens of members.
  • "Flight Combat" (renamed "Jane's Attack Squadron") struggled through a long and costly development cycle.

each cycle

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E.g.
  • If it is on for only half of each cycle, the angle is 180°.
  • It can finish about one instruction for each cycle of its clock.
  • The middle row has 10 units (5 "full cycles" x 2 units for each cycle).

acid cycle

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E.g.
  • In the citric acid cycle all the intermediates (e.g.
  • In the absence of oxygen, the citric acid cycle ceases.
  • Catabolism does not involve a complete citric acid cycle.

qualifying cycle

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E.g.
  • Ćiro was national team manager from 1994 on a part-time basis, but only a year later it became a full-time job as Croatia faced its first qualifying cycle for the European Championship.

first cycle

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E.g.
  • The first year of the first cycle corresponds to the western year AD 1027.
  • She ranked eighth place in the first cycle of "Germany's Next Top Model" in 2006.
  • The only other extant Bach cantata for the fourth Sunday after Epiphany is his first cycle cantata BWV 81.

fuel cycle

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E.g.
  • The nuclear fuel cycle involves the whole process of developing and preparing nuclear energy.
  • Energy also includes a nuclear account, which provides coverage across the nuclear fuel cycle.
  • Synatom is the Electrabel subsidiary that manages the fuel cycle for the commercial reactors in Belgium.

cycle time

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E.g.
  • The F8 ran at 1–2 MHz, yielding a 0.5 μs cycle time.
  • Moreover, the cycle time is quite long, approximately 28 seconds.
  • Stem cells in resting mouse skin may have a cycle time of more than 200 hours.

per cycle

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E.g.
  • The total endometrial transformation dose of MGA is 50 mg per cycle.
  • In a conventional Otto cycle engine, each cylinder performs all four strokes per cycle.
  • This customized design increased the capacity of the ride from 30 riders per cycle to 36.

cycle route

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E.g.
  • A main cycle route runs along the Escamplaan through Houtwijk.
  • An international cycle route has been marked from the Elbe to Viborg.
  • The cycle route also intersects with the West Mendip Way and various other footpaths.

replacement cycle

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E.g.
  • By the morning of August 25, Bolaven began to undergo an eyewall replacement cycle.
  • Soon, it became clear that the typhoon started to undergo an eyewall replacement cycle.
  • After maintaining Category 5 status for about 18 hours, Ioke weakened slightly due to an eyewall replacement cycle.

solar cycle

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E.g.
  • It took place on 13 through 15 May, and was part of solar cycle 15.
  • The standardization of time is a human convention based on the solar cycle or calendar.
  • The fraction of the solar surface covered by bright points varies with the solar cycle.

cycle track

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E.g.
  • A cycle track does exist alongside the busy A525 to St Asaph.
  • The line was given up in 1998 and has since been turned into a cycle track.
  • Heavy rain caused flooding and damage to the cycle track on 27 October 1880.

annual cycle

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E.g.
  • There is also a local cycling club and the area hosts an annual cycle race.
  • Often these are arranged on an annual cycle, using a book called a lectionary.
  • Syriac churches still use many of Ephrem's hymns as part of the annual cycle of worship.
E.g.
  • By the morning of August 25, Bolaven began to undergo an eyewall replacement cycle.
  • Soon, it became clear that the typhoon started to undergo an eyewall replacement cycle.
  • After maintaining Category 5 status for about 18 hours, Ioke weakened slightly due to an eyewall replacement cycle.

reproductive cycle

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E.g.
  • In some years, the reproductive cycle fails completely.
  • "A. stellifera" has a defined annual and synchronous reproductive cycle.
  • The reproductive cycle is usually annual, but may be biennial or triennial.

cycle progression

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E.g.
  • It is suggested that EcpR1 connects stress adaptation and cell cycle progression.
  • It was found that rapamycin inhibited cellular proliferation and cell cycle progression.
  • Instead, they primarily tune the timing of E2F increase, thereby modulating the pace of cell cycle progression.

duty cycle

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E.g.
  • EDR can provide a lower power consumption through a reduced duty cycle.
  • the difference between the two waveforms' starting points) dictating the duty cycle.
  • Notice that this creates a new clock with a 50% duty cycle at exactly half the frequency of the input clock.
E.g.
  • It is suggested that EcpR1 connects stress adaptation and cell cycle progression.
  • It was found that rapamycin inhibited cellular proliferation and cell cycle progression.
  • Instead, they primarily tune the timing of E2F increase, thereby modulating the pace of cell cycle progression.

water cycle

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E.g.
  • The water cycle is also affected by deforestation.
  • Evaporation is an essential part of the water cycle.
  • One of the earliest known impacts of coal on the water cycle was acid rain.

clock cycle

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E.g.
  • All instructions (including 8*8 bit multiplication) are executed in 1 clock cycle.
  • MEMORY STEP, a misnomer, caused the CPU to run through a single clock cycle and halt.
  • The zEC12 chip can decode three instructions and execute seven operations in a single clock cycle.

cycle through

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E.g.
  • An underpronator's arches or ankles don't experience much motion as they cycle through the gait.
  • Souls are seen to cycle through lives or incarnations, being attached to different human bodies over time.
  • Pizzonia took the lead for a lap until he pitted, and after the cycle through, Rigon led from Doornbos, Pier Guidi, Vallés and Rocha.

cycle racing

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E.g.
  • He originally took up cycle racing as a mountain biker, moving to Switzerland in 2009 to pursue his amateur career.
  • It is the national governing body of cycle racing and has a strong focus on sports cycling; in 2014 BikeNZ rebranded as Cycling NZ.
  • Procter competed in all types of cycle racing at home and on the Continent, but excelled in hill climbs, winning the British championship in 1951.
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