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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of cycle per second

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of cycle per second:
/sajkəl pɹ̩ sɛkənd/

Derived Form of cycle

noun
plural: cycles
verb
third person: cycles
past: cycled
past participle: cycled
present participle: cycling
Noun
1
an interval during which a recurring sequence of events occurs
  1. the never-ending cycle of the seasons
Synonymsrhythm, round,
Hypernymstime interval,
Meronymsphase,
Partsphase, phase angle,
Type ofinterval, time interval,
2
a series of poems or songs on the same theme
  1. Schubert's song cycles
Hypernymsseries,
Type ofseries,
3
a periodically repeated sequence of events
  1. a cycle of reprisal and retaliation
Hyponymsmerry-go-round, samsara,
Hypernymsrepeat,
Type ofrepeat, repetition,
Typesmerry-go-round, samsara,
See alsotertian,
4
the unit of frequency; one hertz has a periodic interval of one second
Synonymshertz, Hz, cycle per second, cycles/second, cps,
Hypernymsrate,
Holonymskilohertz,
5
a single complete execution of a periodically repeated phenomenon
  1. a year constitutes a cycle of the seasons
Synonymsoscillation,
Hyponymscardiac cycle, Carnot cycle, menstrual cycle, pass,
Hypernymsperiodic event,
Type ofperiodic event, recurrent event,
Typescardiac cycle, Carnot cycle, Carnot's ideal cycle, menstrual cycle, pass,
6
a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals
Synonymsbicycle, bike, wheel,
Hyponymsbicycle-built-for-two, mountain bike, ordinary, push-bike, safety bicycle, velocipede,
Hypernymswheeled vehicle,
Meronymsbicycle seat, bicycle wheel, chain, coaster brake, handlebar, kickstand, mudguard, pedal, sprocket,
Partsbicycle seat, bicycle wheel, chain, coaster brake, foot lever, foot pedal, handlebar, mudguard, pedal, saddle, splash guard, splash-guard, sprocket, sprocket wheel, treadle,
Type ofwheeled vehicle,
Typesall-terrain bike, bicycle-built-for-two, mountain bike, off-roader, ordinary, ordinary bicycle, push-bike, safety bicycle, safety bike, tandem, tandem bicycle, velocipede,
7
the unit of frequency; one Hertz has a periodic interval of one second
Synonymscps, cycle per second, cycles/second, Hertz, Hz,
Type ofrate,
Part ofkc, kHz, kilocycle, kilocycle per second, kilohertz,
Verb
1
cause to go through a recurring sequence
  1. cycle the laundry in this washing program
Hyponymsrecycle,
Hypernymspass,
Type ofmake pass, pass,
Typesrecycle,
2
pass through a cycle
  1. This machine automatically cycles
Hyponymscycle on,
Hypernymspass,
Type ofgo across, go through, pass,
Typescycle on,
3
ride a motorcycle
Synonymsmotorbike, motorcycle,
Hypernymsride,
Entailmentskick,
Type ofride,
See alsocycling,
4
ride a bicycle
Synonymsbicycle, bike, pedal, wheel,
Hyponymsbackpedal, unicycle,
Hypernymsride,
Type ofride,
Typesbackpedal,
See alsocycling, cyclist,
5
recur in repeating sequences
Hypernymsrecur,
Type ofrecur, repeat,
Preposition
1
for each, or for every

Derived Form of second

noun
plural: seconds
verb
third person: seconds
past: seconded
past participle: seconded
present participle: seconding
adjective
comparitive: more second
superlative: most second
Noun
1
1/60 of a minute; the basic unit of time adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites
Synonymssec, s,
Hyponymsleap second,
Hypernymstime unit,
Meronymsmillisecond,
Holonymsminute,
Partsmillisecond, msec,
Type oftime unit, unit of time,
Typesleap second,
Part ofmin, minute,
2
an indefinitely short time
  1. wait just a moment
  2. in a mo
  3. it only takes a minute
  4. in just a bit
Synonymsmoment, mo, minute, bit,
Hyponymsblink of an eye,
Hypernymstime,
Type oftime,
Typesblink of an eye, flash, heartbeat, instant, jiffy, New York minute, split second, trice, twinkling, wink,
3
the fielding position of the player on a baseball team who is stationed near the second of the bases in the infield
Synonymssecond base,
Hypernymsposition,
4
a particular point in time
  1. the moment he arrived the party began
Synonymsmoment, minute, instant,
Hyponymsclimax, eleventh hour, moment of truth, pinpoint, psychological moment, time,
Hypernymspoint,
Type ofpoint, point in time,
Typesclimax, culmination, eleventh hour, last minute, moment of truth, pinpoint, psychological moment, time,
5
following the first in an ordering or series
  1. he came in a close second
Hyponymslatter,
Hypernymsrank,
Type ofrank,
Typeslatter,
6
a 60th part of a minute of arc
  1. the treasure is 2 minutes and 45 seconds south of here
Synonymsarcsecond,
Hypernymsangular unit,
Holonymsminute,
Type ofangular unit,
Part ofarcminute, minute, minute of arc,
7
the official attendant of a contestant in a duel or boxing match
Hypernymsattendant,
Type ofattendant, attender, tender,
8
a speech seconding a motion
  1. do I hear a second?
Synonymssecondment, endorsement, indorsement,
Hypernymsagreement,
Type ofagreement,
9
the gear that has the second lowest forward gear ratio in the gear box of a motor vehicle
  1. he had to shift down into second to make the hill
Synonymssecond gear,
Hypernymsgear,
Holonymsmotor vehicle,
Type ofgear, gear mechanism,
Part ofautomotive vehicle, motor vehicle,
10
merchandise that has imperfections; usually sold at a reduced price without the brand name
Synonymsirregular,
Hypernymsmerchandise,
Type ofmerchandise, product, wares,
11
the fielding position of the player on a baseball team who is stationed near 2nd base
Synonymssecond base,
Type ofposition,
Part ofbaseball team,
Verb
1
give support or one's approval to
  1. I'll second that motion
  2. I can't back this plan
  3. endorse a new project
Synonymsback, endorse, indorse,
Hypernymssupport,
Type ofback up, support,
See alsoseconder, secondment,
2
transfer an employee to a different, temporary assignment
  1. The officer was seconded for duty overseas
Hypernymstransfer,
Type ofreassign, transfer,
See alsosecondment,
Adjective
1
a part or voice or instrument or orchestra section lower in pitch than or subordinate to the first
  1. second flute
  2. the second violins
Antonymsfirst,
2
coming next after the first in position in space or time or degree or magnitude
Synonyms2d, 2nd,
Similarordinal,
3
coming next after first
Similarintermediate,
4
having the second highest gear ratio
Similarforward,
Adjective satellite
1
coming next after the first in position in space or time or degree or magnitude
Synonyms2nd, 2d,
Adverb
1
in the second place
  1. second, we must consider the economy
Synonymssecondly,

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  2. at 186,000 miles per second...forgive me using miles per second...
  3. But what if, as the ant walks 5cm per second, I stretch the rope 10cm per second?
  4. Actually, if I stretch it 1 kilometer per second and the ant only moves 1cm per second,
  5. Shooting at 60 or 100 frames per second, with playback at 25 frames per second that
  6. raves per second per second coming out
  7. kilobytes per second kilobytes per second so now so you reckon you're on what now mr.
  8. times per second, equating to 30 frames per second given the same bandwidth limitations.
  9. per second, whilst for NTSC this equated to 30 frames per second or a refresh rate of
  10. 540 megabytes per second read 480 megabytes per second write and can handle ninety nine thousand IOPS when it comes to
  11. and then the machine unloads cycle per cycle.
  12. an 8 kilobits per second or 13 kilo bytes per second vocoder. Recently the CDMA community
  13. 6 bits per second or gigabits per second 10 to the power 9 bits per second and so on.
  14. 128 kilobits per second to 10 gigabits per second. Remember that traditionally the Ethernet
  15. to give the bandwidth in granularities of 128 kilobit per second to 1 Gbps per second
  16. gigabits per second I repeat 20 gigabits per second it's double the speed
  17. of bits per second. So it is 56 kilo bauds or 56 kilobits per second.
  18. 100 megabits per second or 1 gigabits per second, now we are going to 10 gigabits per
  19. 12th neutrons per second per gram of californium-252 to 10 to the -8 neutrons per second per gram
  20. a 100 megabits per second all the way up to 25 gigabits per second or higher and