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1. Delay definition is - the act of postponing, hindering, or causing something to occur more slowly than normal : the state of being Delayed

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2. Delay definition, to put off to a later time; defer; postpone: The pilot Delayed the flight until the weather cleared

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3. Delay synonyms, Delay pronunciation, Delay translation, English dictionary definition of Delay

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4. Find 149 ways to say Delay, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

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5. 31 synonyms of Delay from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 52 related words, definitions, and antonyms

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6. Delay: an instance or period of …

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7. Delay the delivery of all messages On the Tools menu, click Rules and Alerts , and then click New Rule

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8. Buy Professional Video & Audio Delays from top brands like Allen Avionics, Gra-Vue, For.A and Datavideo

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9. Thomas Dale Delay (/ d ə ˈ l eɪ /; born April 8, 1947) is an American author and former politician who served as a member of the United States House of Representatives, representing Texas's 22nd congressional district from 1985 until 2006

Dale, Delay, District

10. Delayed definition, put off; postponed: Delayed flights

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11. While it is easy to create a blinking LED with the Delay() function and many sketches use short Delays for such tasks as switch debouncing, the use of Delay() in a sketch has significant drawbacks

Delay, Delays, Debouncing, Drawbacks

12. No other reading of sensors, mathematical calculations, or pin manipulation can go on during the Delay function, so in effect, it brings most other activity to a halt.

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13. Delay - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums

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14. Outboard Delay Units Near Me To exclusively browse for Delay effects units near you, reference the list of top cities and countries available on Reverb to search within a desired location

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15. If you Delay receiving retirement benefits until after your full retirement age, your monthly benefit continues to increase

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16. The chart below explains how Delayed retirement affects your benefit

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17. The increase is based on your date of birth and the number of months you Delay the start of …

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18. COLLOCATIONS ADJECTIVES/NOUN + Delay a slight/short Delay There was a slight Delay in the departure of the plane

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19. A long/lengthy Delay Patients often face long Delays in getting the treatment they need

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20. A considerable/serious Delay (= very long) After a considerable Delay, the report was finally published

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21. A 20-minute/6-month/4-week etc Delay A

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22. Valhalla Delay is our take on classic and modern Delay and echo units

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23. ValhallaDelay offers the classics, and expands them into new dimensions, with the unique Ratio and Quad Delay styles, the Ghost mode (which adds frequency shifting), and a powerful diffusion section that can

Dimensions, Delay, Diffusion

24. Delay and reverb pedals are tried and true way to experiment with your electric guitar's natural sound

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25. One of the main features of Delay pedals

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26. "No Time to Die," the latest film in the James Bond series and one of the most anticipated movies of 2021, has been Delayed again.

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27. Desires are nourished by Delays proverb One's interest in something will grow as one waits for it

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28. A: "Ugh, I still haven't heard back from the recruiter at my dream job." B: "At least desires are nourished by Delays." See also: by, Delay, desire, nourish justice Delayed is justice denied Justice served at a later time has as little impact as justice

Dream, Desires, Delays, Delay, Desire, Delayed, Denied

29. Delay effects are similar to echos, repeating the input signal milliseconds to seconds later

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30. The Delays tones most people are familiar with began with reel-to-reel tape machines, like the Echoplex and Roland Space Echo

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31. The '70s brought solid-state analog Delay pedals, such as the Boss DM-2

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32. The Boss DD-3 has been the staple digital Delay for 30 years, and the reason is no secret - it simply sounds amazing

Dd, Digital, Delay

33. Pristine Delays, a pleasant overall timbre, and an EQ profile that works equally well in a band context or studio mix, make this a no-brainer for everybody from bedroom musicians to pros.

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34. The following example launches a task that includes a call to the Delay(TimeSpan, CancellationToken) method with a 1.5 second Delay

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35. Before the Delay interval elapses, the token is cancelled

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36. See 11 authoritative translations of Delay in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.

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37. Many programming languages have a sleep function that will Delay a program’s execution for a given number of seconds

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38. Johnny DeMarco talks about Delay pedals: how they work, how to use one and how they sound in the recording studio or on stage.

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39. Delay m (plural Delays) (posh, except in technical contexts) Delay (period of time before an event being initiated and actually occurring) Synonym: atraso (audio engineering) Delay (effect that produces echo-like repetitions in sound) (audio engineering) Delay (unit that produces a Delay effect)

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40. That Delay, and a technical issue with a separate batch of 1.7 million doses from an undisclosed supplier, has pushed back plans to start vaccinating those aged less than 50 until May, a …

Delay, Doses

41. The kHs Delay can be run both free running and tempo synced with various stereo and feedback options

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42. This allows for long and heavy Delay while still …

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43. To cause to be later or slower than expected or desired: Heavy traffic Delayed us

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44. The act of Delaying; postponement: responded without Delay

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45. The condition of being Delayed

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46. Delay: 1 n time during which some action is awaited “instant replay caused too long a Delay ” Synonyms: hold , postponement , time lag , wait Types: extension a mutually agreed Delay in the date set for the completion of a job or payment of a debt moratorium a legally authorized postponement before some obligation must be discharged

Delay, During, Date, Debt, Discharged

47. The .Delay() method is best for Delaying between queued jQuery effects

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48. Because it is limited—it doesn't, for example, offer a way to cancel the Delay—.Delay() is not a replacement for JavaScript's native setTimeout function, which may be more appropriate for certain use cases.

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49. Radio Delay comes with a plain, user-friendly interface that enables even novices to operate its controls without significant efforts

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50. Task.Delay is not blocking the calling thread so the UI will remain responsive

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51. Since the timer controls the Delay, we can cancel the Delay at any time simply by stopping the timer

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52. To cancel, I am modifying the above PutTaskDelay method as follows:

53. First Input Delay (FID) is a user experience metric that Google introduced and will soon use as a small ranking factor

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54. De-la': The noun "Delay" (Acts 25:17, "I made no Delay"; the King James Version "without any Delay") means "procrastination."The verb "to Delay" (Exodus 22:29; 'achar) involves the idea "to stop for a time," the people being admonished not to discontinue a custom.The Pil

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55. Perfect of bush (Exodus 32:1), "Moses Delayed to come," expresses not only the fact that he tarried, but also the

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56. Traductions supplémentaires: Anglais: Français: Delay n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc

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57. (time Delayed) retard nm nom masculin: s'utilise avec les articles "le", "l'" (devant une voyelle ou un h muet), "un"

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58. Ex : garçon - nm > On dira "le garçon" ou "un garçon".The TV programs are on a 15-minute Delay

Dira, Delay

59. Analog Delay pedals provide a warm, natural, simple tone, with a short Delay time

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60. Digital Delay pedals, on the other hand, offer a precise, clean, sound and long Delay times that let you create long loops

Digital, Delay

61. Find 5 ways to say DelayED, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

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62. Delay definition: If you Delay doing something, you do not do it immediately or at the planned or expected Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples

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63. Delay[di′lā] (communications) Time required for a signal to pass through a device or a conducting medium

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64. Time which elapses between the instant at which any designated point of a transmitted wave passes any two designated points of a transmission circuit; such Delay is primarily determined by the constants of the circuit

Designated, Delay, Determined

65. Set Delay length to zero for a Delay block with an external enable port

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66. Set Delay length to zero for a Delay block with an external reset port

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DELAY [dəˈlā]

VERB
delay (verb) · delays (third person present) · delayed (past tense) · delayed (past participle) · delaying (present participle)

  • make (someone or something) late or slow.
  • be late or slow; loiter.
Synonyms: detain . hold up . retard . keep (back) . slow down . set back . hinder . hamper . impede . obstruct . linger . dally . hold back . dawdle . loiter . procrastinate . stall . buy time . hang fire . mark time . temporize . hesitate . dither . shilly-shally . stonewall . filibuster . tarry . hurry .

NOUN
delay (noun) · delays (plural noun)

  • a period of time by which something is late or postponed.
  • the action of delaying or being delayed.
Synonyms: holdup . wait . detainment . hindrance . impediment . obstruction . setback . interval . gap . interlude . postponement . deferral . deferment . stay . respite . rescheduling . adjournment . continuation . put-off . lingering . dallying . dawdling . loitering . procrastination . stalling . hesitation . dithering . shilly-shallying . tarrying . cunctation .