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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 lunar time period:
/lunɹ̩ tajm pɪɹiəd/

Derived Form of lunar

adjective
comparitive: more lunar
superlative: most lunar
Adjective
1
of or relating to or associated with the moon
  1. lunar surface
  2. lunar module
See alsomoon,

Derived Form of time

noun
plural: times
verb
third person: times
past: timed
past participle: timed
present participle: timing
Noun
1
an instance or single occasion for some event
  1. this time he succeeded
  2. he called four times
  3. he could do ten at a clip
Synonymsclip,
Hypernymscase,
Type ofcase, example, instance,
2
a period of time considered as a resource under your control and sufficient to accomplish something
  1. take time to smell the roses
  2. I didn't have time to finish
  3. it took more than half my time
Hypernymstime period,
Type ofperiod, period of time, time period,
3
an indefinite period (usually marked by specific attributes or activities)
  1. he waited a long time
  2. the time of year for planting
  3. he was a great actor in his time
Hyponymsday, dead, ephemera, hard times, incarnation, moment, space age, wee, while,
Hypernymstime period,
Type ofperiod, period of time, time period,
Typesbit, day, dead, ephemera, hard times, incarnation, minute, moment, patch, piece, second, space age, spell, wee, while,
4
a suitable moment
  1. it is time to go
Hyponymshigh time, occasion,
Hypernymsmoment,
Type ofinstant, minute, moment, second,
Typeshigh time, occasion,
5
the continuum of experience in which events pass from the future through the present to the past
Hyponymsbiological time, civil time, continuum, cosmic time, daylight-saving time, duration, eternity, future, geological time, Greenwich Mean Time, musical time, past, present,
Hypernymsattribute,
Type ofabstraction,
Typesbiological time, civil time, continuance, continuum, cosmic time, daylight saving, daylight savings, daylight-saving time, daylight-savings time, duration, eternity, future, futurity, geologic time, geological time, GMT, Greenwich Mean Time, Greenwich Time, hereafter, infinity, local time, musical time, nowadays, past, past times, present, standard time, time to come, universal time, UT, UT1, yesteryear, yore,
See alsotemporal,
6
a person's experience on a particular occasion
  1. he had a time holding back the tears
  2. they had a good time together
Hypernymsexperience,
Type ofexperience,
7
a reading of a point in time as given by a clock
  1. do you know what time it is?
  2. the time is 10 o'clock
Synonymsclock time,
Hyponymshour, prime time, spacecraft clock time,
Hypernymsreading,
8
the fourth coordinate that is required (along with three spatial dimensions) to specify a physical event
Synonymsfourth dimension,
Hypernymsdimension,
Type ofdimension,
9
rhythm as given by division into parts of equal duration
Synonymsmeter, metre,
Hypernymsrhythmicity,
10
the period of time a prisoner is imprisoned
  1. he served a prison term of 15 months
  2. his sentence was 5 to 10 years
  3. he is doing time in the county jail
Synonymsprison term, sentence,
Hyponymshard time, life sentence,
Hypernymsterm,
Type ofterm,
Typeshard time, life, life sentence,
11
the time as given by a clock
Synonymsclock time,
Type ofindication, meter reading, reading,
Typeshour, prime time, SCLK, spacecraft clock time, time of day,
See alsoantemeridian, postmeridian,
12
rhythm as given by division into parts of equal time
Synonymsmeter, metre,
Type ofrhythmicity,
Verb
1
measure the time or duration of an event or action or the person who performs an action in a certain period of time
  1. he clocked the runners
Synonymsclock,
Hyponymsmistime,
Hypernymsquantify,
Type ofmeasure, quantify,
Typesmistime,
See alsotimer,
2
assign a time for an activity or event
  1. The candidate carefully timed his appearance at the disaster scene
Hypernymsschedule,
Type ofschedule,
See alsotiming,
3
set the speed, duration, or execution of
  1. we time the process to manufacture our cars very precisely
Hypernymsdetermine,
Type ofdetermine, influence, mold, regulate, shape,
See alsotimer,
4
regulate or set the time of
  1. time the clock
Hypernymsadjust,
Type ofadjust, correct, set,
See alsotimer,
5
adjust so that a force is applied and an action occurs at the desired time
  1. The good player times his swing so as to hit the ball squarely
Hypernymsadjust,
6
adjust so that a force is applied so that an action occurs at the desired time
Type ofadjust, correct, set,

Derived Form of period

noun
plural: periods
Noun
1
an amount of time
  1. a time period of 30 years
  2. hastened the period of time of his recovery
  3. Picasso's blue period
Synonymstime period, period of time,
Hyponymsair alert, bimester, bimillennium, bout, bronze age, calendar day, calendar month, century, clotting time, dawn, day, decade, dog days, downtime, drought, duration, elapsed time, enlistment, era, eve, evening, festival, field day, flower, fortnight, generation, Golden Age, great year, half-century, half life, honeymoon, hospitalization, hour, hours, incubation period, Indian summer, indiction, iron age, lactation, lease, life, long run, long time, lustrum, mid-April, mid-August, mid-December, mid-February, mid-January, mid-July, mid-June, mid-March, mid-May, mid-November, mid-October, mid-September, midweek, midwinter, millennium, morning, multistage, night, novitiate, occupation, Olympiad, overtime, past, peacetime, phase, phase of the moon, prehistory, prohibition, puerperium, quadrennium, quarter-century, quarter, question time, quinquennium, rainy day, real time, regulation time, reign, run, running time, school, season, semester, shelf life, silly season, silver age, sleep, study hall, term, tide, time, time frame, time limit, time of life, time off, times, travel time, trial period, trimester, uptime, usance, wartime, watch, week, weekend, window, work time, year, youth,
Hypernymsfundamental quantity,
Type offundamental measure, fundamental quantity,
Typesage, air alert, bimester, bimillenary, bimillennium, bloom, blossom, bronze age, calendar day, calendar month, calendar week, canicular days, canicule, century, civil day, clotting time, continuance, dark, dawn, day, daylight, daytime, decade, decennary, decennium, Depression, dog days, downtime, drought, duration, duty tour, early days, efflorescence, elapsed time, enlistment, Eolithic, Eolithic Age, Epipaleolithic, epoch, era, eve, evening, extra time, festival, field day, flower, flush, forenoon, fortnight, generation, Golden Age, great year, half life, half-century, half-life, hebdomad, heyday, historic period, historical period, hitch, honeymoon, hospitalization, hour, hours, incubation period, Indian summer, indiction, iron age, lactation, lease, life, lifespan, lifetime, long haul, long run, long time, Lower Paleolithic, lunar time period, lustrum, Mesolithic, Mesolithic Age, mid-April, mid-August, mid-December, Middle Paleolithic, mid-February, mid-January, mid-July, mid-June, mid-March, mid-May, mid-November, mid-October, mid-September, midwinter, millennium, month, morn, morning, morning time, multistage, nap, Neolithic, Neolithic Age, New Stone Age, night, nighttime, noviciate, novitiate, occupation, Olympiad, overtime, Palaeolithic, Palaeolithic Age, Paleolithic, Paleolithic Age, past, peacetime, peak, period, phase, phase of the moon, Platonic year, prehistoric culture, prehistory, prime, prohibition, prohibition era, puerperium, quarter, quarter-century, question time, rainy day, real time, regulation time, reign, run, running time, Saint Martin's summer, school, school day, schooltime, season, semester, shelf life, silly season, silver age, sleep, stage, Stone Age, study hall, term, term of a contract, term of enlistment, test period, the Depression, the Great Depression, tide, time, time frame, time limit, time of life, time of year, time off, tour, tour of duty, travel time, trial period, trimester, twelvemonth, two weeks, Upper Paleolithic, uptime, usance, wartime, watch, week, weekend, window, work time, year, years, youth, yr,
2
the interval taken to complete one cycle of a regularly repeating phenomenon
Hyponymsorbit period,
Hypernymstime interval,
Type ofinterval, time interval,
Typesorbit period,
3
(ice hockey) one of three divisions into which play is divided in hockey games
Hypernymspart,
Holonymsplaying period,
4
a unit of geological time during which a system of rocks formed
  1. ganoid fishes swarmed during the earlier geological periods
Synonymsgeological period,
Hyponymsice age,
Hypernymsgeological time,
Meronymsepoch,
Holonymsera,
Partsepoch,
Type ofgeologic time, geological time,
TypesAge of Fishes, Age of Man, Cambrian, Cambrian period, Carboniferous, Carboniferous period, Cretaceous, Cretaceous period, Devonian, Devonian period, glacial epoch, glacial period, ice age, Jurassic, Jurassic period, Lower Carboniferous, Lower Carboniferous period, Missippian period, Mississippian, Ordovician, Ordovician period, Pennsylvanian, Pennsylvanian period, Permian, Permian period, Quaternary, Quaternary period, Silurian, Silurian period, Tertiary, Tertiary period, Triassic, Triassic period, Upper Carboniferous, Upper Carboniferous period,
Part ofera, geological era,
5
the end or completion of something
  1. death put a period to his endeavors
  2. a change soon put a period to my tranquility
Hypernymsend,
Type ofend, ending,
6
the monthly discharge of blood from the uterus of nonpregnant women from puberty to menopause; ; --Hippocrates; --Aristotle
  1. the women were sickly and subject to excessive menstruation
  2. a woman does not take the gout unless her menses be stopped
  3. the semen begins to appear in males and to be emitted at the same time of life that the catamenia begin to flow in females
Synonymsmenstruation, menses, menstruum, catamenia, flow,
Hyponymsmenorrhagia, oligomenorrhea,
Hypernymsdischarge,
7
a punctuation mark (.) placed at the end of a declarative sentence to indicate a full stop or after abbreviations
  1. in England they call a period a stop
Synonymspoint, full stop, stop, full point,
Hyponymssuspension point,
Hypernymspunctuation,
Type ofpunctuation, punctuation mark,
Typessuspension point,
8
one of three periods of play in hockey games
Type ofperiod of play, play, playing period,
9
a stage in the history of a culture having a definable place in space and time
Synonymshistoric period, historical period,
Type ofperiod, period of time, time period,
10
the monthly discharge of blood from the uterus of nonpregnant women from puberty to menopause
Synonymscatamenia, flow, menses, menstruation, menstruum,
Type ofdischarge, emission, expelling,
Typeshypermenorrhea, menorrhagia, oligomenorrhea,

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  1. segment which is repeated in a time period T and in the next time period T the same waveshape
  2. Basically the time period of this is equal to twice n tpd, the time period of oscillation
  3. Cybertron was dying. In around the same time period he had Beachcomber captured and implanted
  4. Resourceai collection and Two Hours Building (mumbo pls stop agreeing) Mumbo: and Yeah so it's going to be quite tight that might Sound like a Long Time Period
  5. There is no more evidence for Homo Antecessor living in the area in this time period,
  6. Neanderthals and Homo Heidelbergensis were at the top of the food chain in this time period,
  7. from this time period were made of ebonite and we're eye dropper fountain pens it was also
  8. like a little time period after the parade for the public to come in and interact with the fursuiters
  9. This 1460 year time period is known as a Sothic Cycle.
  10. time period, a similar convergence will occur on Serina.
  11. Atou: And....... Assuming that Shinano became missing after that incident, the time period was.......
  12. but was alright doing a platoon is that period of time period of platoons which
  13. Dholavira on the island of Kutch. At this time period, in the Akkadian period, we
  14. period is easily calculable and so is this time period calculable they are related to
  15. the prehistorical period is defined by the time period
  16. plus Toff is nothing but, sum of Ton plus Toff nothing but Ts, the period, time period.
  17. 1970 to get the tesseract in that time period while cap went to get more Pym particles used to time-travel
  18. time in that finder time period than I
  19. then uses that tech to create a time portal in sense Starfire and the clock of eternity to their own time period
  20. For a time period that is not during the time of this authorship