The "face" of a clock, which shows the time.
The face of an analogue watch, which usually displays the hour indicators.
clock, watch) s Zifferblatt, e Zifferanzeige (digital display)
The face of the watch.
the face of an analog watch, where the numbers are usually displayed.
Face of the watch, showing hours, minutes, seconds. Other small dials are called subsidury dials.
Face of a watch, showing hours, minutes and seconds. Other smaller dials are called subsidiary dials (or sub dials).
Indicating "face" or plate of metal or other material, bearing various markings to show, in ordinary watches and clocks, the hours, minutes and seconds. Dials vary verymuch in shape, decoration, material, etc. The indications are given by means of numerals, divisions or symbols of various types.
The face of a watch.
The fact of the watch. Sometimes enameled and hand-painted, and sometimes have gold markers or diamonds for numbers.
Face of a watch, on which time and further functions are displayed by markers (s.), hands (s.), discs or through windows (s.). Normally it is made of a brass - sometimes silver or gold.
The visible 'face' of the clock on that the numerals or chapter ring are situated and from that one can tell the time.
The dial, often referred to as the face is usually marked with numbers or batons to which the hands point in order for the wearer to tell the correct time. Dials may be minimalist with no markers at all or extremely complex as in the case of pilots' chronographs. Dials may be decorated with patterns or in some cases with precious stones.
The watch face.