Definition for cycling (2 of 2)
- a sequence of changing states that, upon completion, produces a final state identical to the original one.
- one of a succession of periodically recurring events.
- a complete alteration in which a phenomenon attains a maximum and minimum value, returning to a final value equal to the original one.
- the smallest interval of time required to complete an operation in a computer.
- a series of computer operations repeated as a unit.
verb (used without object), cy·cled, cy·cling.
Origin of cycle
Related formssu·per·cy·cle, noun
Examples from the Web for cycling
He subsequently met with city officials, including Police Chief Tom Jackson, who is described as a “cycling enthusiast.”From Ferguson Cop Embroiled in a Brutality Suit to City Councilwoman|Michael Daly|August 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
William, Kate and Harry are all big supports of British cycling.
Given that Pippa is currently cycling across America, maybe they should have invited her.
Compared to European cycling, the major pro sports in the U.S. have been slow to get serious about drug testing.
Harry, met about 25 wounded soldiers hoping to compete in the wheelchair rugby, cycling and indoor rowing events.
Cycling soldiers passed us at frequent intervals, giving us the news of what lay ahead.The White Invaders|Raymond King Cummings
Two girls in cycling costume came out of a gateway with their machines; they were going to the woods.Pelle the Conqueror, Complete|Martin Anderson Nexo
Its companion, Hereford House, further eastward, was used as the headquarters of a cycling club before its demolition.The Kensington District|Geraldine Edith Mitton
The last we saw of her she was cycling away in a pair of breeches with a disgusting banker.A Girl Among the Anarchists|Isabel Meredith
We have not yet, as a nation, taken to cycling for women; but many Englishwomen go all over the globe on a tricycle.The Art of Entertaining|M. E. W. Sherwood
British Dictionary definitions for cycling
- a set of operations that can be both treated and repeated as a unit
- the time required to complete a set of operations
- one oscillation of the regular voltage waveform used to synchronize processes in a digital computer