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clock and watch industry
[UK: klɔk ænd wɔtʃ indʌstriː]
clock base
[UK: klɔk beis]
clock cycle
[UK: klɔk saikl]
clock doubling
[UK: klɔk dʌbliŋ]
clock face
[UK: klɔk feis]
clock frequency
[UK: klɔk friːkwənsiː]
clock hand
[UK: klɔk hænd]
clock in
[UK: klɔk in]
clock marker
[UK: klɔk mɑːkər]
clock mechanism
[UK: klɔk mekənizəm]
clock out
[UK: klɔk aʊt]
clock pulse
[UK: klɔk pʌls]
clock radio
[UK: klɔk reidiəə]
clock rate
[UK: klɔk reit]
clock signal
[UK: klɔk signəl]
clock system
[UK: klɔk sistəm]
clock that runs too slowly
[UK: klɔk ðæt rʌnz tuː slauliː]
clock time adjustment
[UK: klɔk taim ədʒʌstmənt]
clock tower
[UK: klɔk tauər]
clock-face
[UK: klɔkfeis]
clock-like
[UK: klɔkfeis]
clock-radio
[UK: klɔkfeis]
clock-sound controller
[UK: klɔkfeis]
clocked
[UK: klɔkt]
clocked control
[UK: klɔkt kɔntroul]
clocked counter
[UK: klɔkt kauntər]
clocked pulse
[UK: klɔkt pʌls]
clocker
[UK: klɔkt pʌls]
clocking
[UK: klɔkiŋ]
clockwise rotation
[UK: klɔkiŋ]
clockwisely
[UK: klɔkwaizəliː]
clockwork
[UK: klɔkwəːk]
after ten o'clock
[UK: klɔkwəːk]
alarm clock
[UK: əlɑːm klɔk]
alarmclock
[UK: əlɑːmklɔk]
around the clock
[UK: əraund ðiː klɔk]
around-the-clock
[UK: əraund ðiː klɔk]
arrive at 4 o'clock
[UK: əraund ðiː klɔk]
atomic clock
[UK: ətɔmik klɔk]
biological clock
[UK: baiəlɔdʒikl klɔk]
by six o'clock
[UK: baiəlɔdʒikl klɔk]
central clock
[UK: sentrəl klɔk]
check clock
[UK: tʃek klɔk]
church clock
[UK: tʃəːtʃ klɔk]
computer clock
[UK: kəmpjuːtər klɔk]
cuckoo clock
[UK: kukuː klɔk]
delicate spring in a clock
[UK: delikeit spriŋ in ə klɔk]
grandfather clock
[UK: grænfɑːðər klɔk]
hall clock
[UK: hɔːl klɔk]
hand on a clock
[UK: hænd ɔn ə klɔk]
master clock
[UK: mɑːstər klɔk]
musical clock
[UK: mjuːzikl klɔk]
network clock
[UK: netwəːk klɔk]
no later than six o'clock
[UK: netwəːk klɔk]
open round the clock
[UK: oupən raund ðiː klɔk]
past ten o'clock
[UK: oupən raund ðiː klɔk]
pendulum clock
[UK: pendjuləm klɔk]
quartz clock
[UK: kwɔːts klɔk]
radio controlled clock
[UK: reidiəə kɔntrould klɔk]
railway station clock
[UK: reilwei steiʃən klɔk]
retarded clock
[UK: ritɑːdid klɔk]
right round the clock
[UK: rait raund ðiː klɔk]
set a clock
[UK: set ə klɔk]
slow clock
[UK: slou klɔk]
speaking clock
[UK: spiːkiŋ klɔk]
striking clock
[UK: straikiŋ klɔk]
system clock
[UK: sistəm klɔk]
the ticking of the clock
[UK: ðiː tikiŋ ɔf ðiː klɔk]
time clock
[UK: taim klɔk]
tower clock
[UK: tauər klɔk]
twelve o'clock
[UK: tauər klɔk]
until six o'clock
[UK: tauər klɔk]
wall clock
[UK: wɔːl klɔk]
water clock
[UK: wɔːtər klɔk]
wind the clock
[UK: waind ðiː klɔk]
1 o'clock at night
[UK: waind ðiː klɔk]
12 o'clock in the afternoon
[UK: waind ðiː klɔk]
anticlockwise
[UK: waind ðiː klɔk]
around 12 o'clock at night
[UK: waind ðiː klɔk]
at ten o'clock sharp
[UK: waind ðiː klɔk]
basic clock rate
[UK: beisik klɔk reit]
counter clockwise
[UK: beisik klɔk reit]
counterclockwise
[UK: kauntəklɔkwaiz]
eight o'clock news
[UK: kauntəklɔkwaiz]
eight o'clock train
[UK: kauntəklɔkwaiz]
five o'clock tea
[UK: kauntəklɔkwaiz]
go like clockwork
[UK: kauntəklɔkwaiz]
it went like clockwork
[UK: it went laik klɔkwəːk]
non-clocked control
[UK: laik klɔkwəːk]
operating clock frequency
[UK: ɔpəreitiŋkærəktəristik klɔk friːkwənsiː]
pertaining to a clockwise rotation
[UK: ɔpəreitiŋkærəktəristik klɔk friːkwənsiː]
put the clock back
[UK: put ðiː klɔk bæk]
set the clock back
[UK: set ðiː klɔk bæk]
striking clocks
[UK: set ðiː klɔk bæk]
testing clock frequency
[UK: testiŋ klɔk friːkwənsiː]
turn the clock back
[UK: təːn ðiː klɔk bæk]
twelve o'clock at night
[UK: təːn ðiː klɔk bæk]
twelve o'clock in the daytime
[UK: təːn ðiː klɔk bæk]
wall clocks
[UK: təːn ðiː klɔk bæk]
with clockwork precision
[UK: wið klɔkwəːk prisiʒn]

Example Sentences Including 'clock'

No Hands on the Clock is a 1941 American comedy mystery film directed by Frank McDonald.

With 78 minutes on the clock, Xherdan Shaqiri fired in a 20-yarder that Hart spilled straight to the feet of Peter Crouch who fired his side into the lead.

An asynchronous circuit, or self-timed circuit, is a sequential digital logic circuit which is not governed by a clock circuit or global clock signal.

It would take one powerful computer running round the clock 300 years to process the same data that 100,000 smartphones running six hours a night could process in just three months.

Incense and Peppermints is the first album by psychedelic rock band Strawberry Alarm Clock.

The clock at the finish line showed unofficial times of 2:04.

Clock Tower is a survival horror point-and-click adventure video game series created by Hifumi Kono.

Fans are extremely proud of their record and a huge clock in the Volksparkstadion denotes -- to the second -- how long they have been in the German .

The Old Nassau reaction or Halloween reaction is a chemical clock reaction in which a clear solution turns orange and then black.

Asynchronous serial communication is a form of serial communication in which the communicating endpoints' interfaces are not continuously synchronized by a common clock signal.

Fans of the show were convinced the scene was ripped straight from a Western as Mick ditched Linda and strode through the Square to watch the clock tick down to the deadline.

It found Brits with a disrupted body clock were at far greater risk of mental health issues.

The Ahmed Mohamed clock incident occurred when a 14-year-old student, Ahmed Mohamed, was arrested on September 14, 2015, at MacArthur High School in Irving, Texas, for bringing an alleged hoax bomb to school.

The Sun revealed this week that traditional clocks were being replaced for digital ones, as youngsters rely more on their phones than a watch or clock to tell the time.

Clock synchronization is a topic in computer science and engineering that aims to coordinate otherwise independent clocks.

Solitary is a reality show on the Fox Reality Channel whose contestants were kept in round-the-clock solitary confinement for a number of weeks with the goal of being the last contestant remaining in solitary, for a $50,000 prize.

Nursing homes are a type of residential care that provide around-the-clock nursing care for elderly people.

An astronomical clock is a clock with special mechanisms and dials to display astronomical information, such as the relative positions of the sun, moon, zodiacal constellations, and sometimes major planets.

Woods turned back the clock as he played his first Masters round in 1,090 days.

Just 18 minutes were on the clock when the Argentine capitalised on some embarrassing stuff from the Gunners backline for his 30th goal of the season.





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