1. Anything with a round or oval shape that is closed or nearly closed; SYN. circuit.
2. An inner circle of advisors (especially under President Reagan).
3. The basic pattern of the human fingerprint.
ETYM Prob. from Old Fren. nous, nom. sing. or acc. pl. of nou knot, French noeud, Latin nodus. Related to Node.
A loop formed in a cord or rope by means of a slipknot; it binds tighter as the cord or rope is pulled; SYN. running noose, slip noose.
1. A wide piece of cloth hanging from around the neck to support an injured arm.
2. An instrument for throwing stones that usually consists of a short strap with strings fastened to its ends and is whirled round to discharge its missile by centrifugal force; slingshot
3. A usually looped line (as of strap, chain, or rope) used to hoist, lower, or carry something; especially; a hanging bandage suspended from the neck to support an arm or hand; a chain or rope attached to a lower yard at the middle and passing around a mast near the masthead to support a yard; a chain hooked at the bow and stern of a boat for lowering or hoisting; a device (as a rope net) for enclosing material to be hoisted by a tackle or crane
4. A slinging or hurling of or as if of a missile
tab / tæb /
Množina reči tab je tabs.
ETYM Etymol. uncertain.
1. A tag.
2. A bill, as at a restaurant or bar, usually one that can be carried over from one day to the next.
Skup komandi u programu koji se izvršava više puta.
loop / luːp /
Množina reči loop je loops.
1. A set of statements in a program executed repeatedly, either a fixed number of times or until some condition is true or false. See also DO loop, FOR loop, infinite loop, iterative statement.
2. A pair of wires that runs between a telephone central office and customer premises.
In computing, short for program loop.
A computer program that performs a series of instructions repeatedly until some specified condition is satisfied.