The actual time between starting and ending an activity. Labor and machine time entries are typically made either by directly entering an elapsed time, or by entering the start and end times and having the system calculate the elapsed time.
The elapsed time for the slides that have been rehearsed is displayed on the left side of the Rehearsal Timer.
The time that has elapsed since the beginning of a timed test interval.
(ET) The length of time it takes a dragster to complete the one-fourth mile run.
the time that elapses while some event is occurring
The amount of time between a beginning time and an ending time.
The actual sailing time it takes a yacht to complete the racecourse. Timing begins when the race starts.
(see also: Total Time) - the time that elapses between the moment of a racer's start until the moment of a racer's finish.
The total time taken to complete any step(s) in fire suppression. NOTE: Generally divided chronologically into discovery time, report time, getaway time, travel time, attack time, control time, mop-up time, and patrol time.
Elapsed time, or E.T., is the total time it takes to go from starting line to finish line.
The amount of time that passes between two times.
The period of time between the start of a measurement series to the last measurement observed or recorded.
the time it takes a vehicle to travel from the starting line to the finish line. Also called e.t.
The actual time taken for an object to travel over a specified distance.
actual clock time taken to complete a command or operation, as opposed to CPU time.
The difference between two times. The amount of time that has passed.