Definitions for "Clock Cycle"
One cycle of a pro-cessor's clock. For example, 100MHz Pentium's clock generates 100 million evenly spaced cycles per second.
(n.) The fundamental period of time in a computer. Current technology will typically have this measured in nanoseconds.
a period of time in which a processor can carry out a given amount of instructions
one complete event of a synchronous system's timer, including both the high and low periods. [SILC99
The period of time it takes the CPU to execute one instruction.
a sequence of a falling edge followed by a rising edge