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time·scale

 (tīm′skāl′)
n.
1. A period of time seen in relation to a process or a series of phenomena: "What seems most steadfast over the human life span may be evanescent on a geological or astronomical timescale" (Brian Hayes).
2. A schedule or arrangement of events or commitments: The two nations agreed to a timescale for disarmament.

timescale

(ˈtaɪmˌskeɪl)
n
the span of time within which certain events occur or are scheduled to occur considered in relation to any broader period of time
Translations

timescale

[ˈtaɪmskeɪl] Nescala f de tiempo

timescale

[ˈtaɪmskeɪl] néchéance f
to set a timescale for sth → fixer l'échéance pour qchtime-share [ˈtaɪmʃɛər]
vt (in computing)utiliser en temps partagé
nappartement m en multipropriététime-sharing [ˈtaɪmʃɛərɪŋ] ntemps m partagétime sheet nfeuille f de présencetime signal nsignal m horairetime signature nindication f de la mesuretime slot ncréneau m horairetime span npériode f de tempstime switch n [electronic device] → minuteur m; (for lighting)minuterie f
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Timescale has introduced Timescale Cloud, the on-demand and managed cloud service that makes it easy to work with time- series and IoT data.
LAHORE -- The Lahore High Court (LHC) has been urged to implement the timescale promotion policy approved by the Punjab governor.
Council co-leader Douglas Lumsden said: "If the opposition were paying attention to our officers and the committee papers, they would have seen a timescale is clearly given."
The latest timescale for Bedlington's regeneration project focused around the town's former Tesco site, which is being led by the county council-owned company Advance Northumberland, is aiming for construction of the new shops to start in the autumn.
"A suitable timescale for this in the circumstances is no more than 7 days", conclude representatives of Blackburn, Brentford, Bristol City, Derby, Hull, Middlesborough, Millwall, Norwich, Nottingham Forest, Preston and Swansea.
However, no timescale for a return was included in the report.
While Primary Teachers and High School Teachers and Subject specialist teachers entertains timescale and getting benefits in same provinces.
Renfrewshire Council won't put a timescale on painting the railings at Hawkhead Cemetery, despite pressure from a local councillor, writes Jack Thomson, Local Democracy Reporter.
For many years, it has been predicted that operating frequencies in semiconductor lasers stabilise on a timescale of a few nanoseconds and can be changed in a few hundreds of picoseconds.
He informed that PNA has presented a charter of demands to Sindh government including demands like health professional allowance, timescale promotions, new a timescale of nurses, teaching allowance, DDO powers to principals, residential colony for nurses, establishment of nursing university and regularization.
PESHAWAR -- Holding a protest demonstration in favor of their demands on Thursday, the office bearers of All Teachers Grand Alliance asked Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government to give them protracted timescale and up-gradation forthwith.
Are all of the people complaining about the timescale and inconvenience the same people who complain that the council never does anything?