period

1) период, промежуток, интервал
2) цикл
3) продолжительность, длительность
4) полигр., вчт. точка
5) матем. период
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acceleration period
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admission period
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afterblowing period
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aircraft service period
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base period
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blocking period
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brake-in period
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braking period
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building-up period
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bum-back period
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bum-in period
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calibration period
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choke-on period
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clock period
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coasting period
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color Durst period
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combustion period
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commutating period
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conducting period
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constant failure-rate period
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contact period
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cooling-down period
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cranking period
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crew rest period
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curing period
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cutoff period
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cutting period
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cycle-slip period
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damping period
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debugging period
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delay period
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demonstration period
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deoxidation period
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depreciation period
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development period
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digit period
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domain period
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drilling rig on-stream period
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dwell period
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early failure period
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eclipse period
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electrocarbonization period
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electrolinking period
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emergency period
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encounter period
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exhaust period
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fading periods
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fading period
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field blanking period
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field period
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field-scanning period
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film advancing period
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film dwell period
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flash period
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flashing period
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flight duty period
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flood period
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flush-off period
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forecast period
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frame-scanning period
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frame period
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free period
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free-running period
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freezing period
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fringe period
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frost-free period
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fuel-off period
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half-decay period
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half-life period
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half-value period
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heat deficit period
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heat surplus period
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heat utilization period
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heating period
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heating-up period
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heaving period
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high-water period
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holding period
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holdover period
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horizontal scanning period
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horizontal period
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hunting period
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ice-free period
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idle period
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ignition delay period
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infant mortality period
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initial storage period
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injection period
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intake period
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interstep period
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inverse period
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killing period
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latency period
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limiting storage period
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line-scanning period
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line period
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loading period
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look-ahead period
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low-flow period
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natural heaving period
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natural period
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natural pitching period
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natural rolling period
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natural synoptic period
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obscuring period
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off period
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off-peak period
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on period
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one-half period
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on-off period
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operating period
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oscillation period
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overshoot period
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patent period
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peak-load period
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peak period
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period of decimal
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period of flame drop
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period of flood and ebb
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period of oscillation
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period of validity
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picture period
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pitching period
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pitch period
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plugging period
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preheating period
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prerefining period
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presetting period
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presteaming period
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process period
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pulldown period
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pulse repetition period
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pumping period of well production
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rainless period
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reactor period
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recession period
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recovery period
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refining period
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refrigerating period
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regeneration period
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reverberation period
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rolling period
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roll period
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rotation period
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run period
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running-in period
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runoff period
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sampling period
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scavenge period
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service life period
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service maintenance period
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settled production period
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shaping-up period
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shifting period
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slack period
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snowmelt period
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soaking period
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soak period
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standing period
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starting period
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start-up period
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storage cycle period
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storage period
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switching period
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taking-down period
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tap-to-tap period
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test period
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thousands period
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timing period
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transient period
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unit period
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unloading period
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vertical scanning period
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vertical scan period
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vibration period
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video frame-suppression period
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warm-up period
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warranty period
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wave period
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wear-out failure period
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window period

Англо-русский словарь технических терминов. 2005.

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