The condition of returning frequently; occurrence often repeated; common occurence; as, the frequency of crimes; the frequency of miracles.
The rate at which an electrical current alternates, usually measured in Hertz. Frequency equals the number of complete cycles of current occurring in one second.
The number of times per second the energy transmitted from a detector's coil changes direction (e.g. 7.0 kHz = 7000 times per second) - higher frequencies are typically used to find targets such as gold nuggets, while lower frequencies are best for general purpose hunting
The number of times a repeated event occurs during a given time period. Frequency is often measured in units of cycles per second. One cycle per second is called a hertz (Hz).
The need to urinate 8 times or more in a 24-hour period, which may include 2 or more times at night.
frequent urination; urinating 8 or more times in 24 hours.
in this context, frequent urination.
The urge to urinate more often than usual even though only a small amount of urine comes out each time; a common symptom of urinary tract infections
The concept of how often a lexical item occurs in a given domain, corpus, genre, etc.
statistical measure for how often a hazard event of a given magnitude and intensity will occur. Often, frequency is measured in terms of a hazard's recurrence interval. For example, a recurrence interval of 100 years for a flood suggests that in any year, a flood of that magnitude has a 1% chance of occurring.
information about how often a word occurs in English. This information is obtained by analysing a very large corpus. The keywords of the Oxford 3000(tm) word list include the most frequent words of English.
either how many times a word occurs in speech or how often it is practised by a student
In a car audio context, this can refer to two things. The first is the most common usage: radio frequency. Radio stations are each accessed via tuning into their frequency band. The second meaning is sound frequency. High sounds are high frequency (which are ideally played via power-efficient tweeters), with lower sound sent via lower frequencies, which take more power to play and are if at all possible played through woofers. Equalisation (EQ) involves balancing the volumes of these different frequency bands to get the required playback.
all radio control gear works on frequencies. Best explained here.
The band on which a unit is to operate its radio communications.
Rate of change of polarity in alternating current (AC).
For our purposes, the rate at which the electric and magnetic fields in a photon alternate directions. Photons with higher frequencies have greater energies. Frequency is indicated in equations by the Greek letter nu ().
as applied to electric current refers to how often an alternating current changes direction in a given period.
The rate at which an acoustic generator, electrical signal,... ( more)
The periodic schedule of rate or price readings used to determine the payoff of an average rate or price option.
reciprocal of period, expressed in Hz (1/s).
The rate of variation of a periodic signal.
The frequency equals 1/period.
An abnormally frequent desire to void usually more than eight times a day, often of only small amounts (e.g. less than 200ml).
the need to void more frequently than expected.
The need to empty one's bladder frequently.
An abnormally frequent desire to void, often of only small quantities (e.g., less than 200 ml).
How often something happens. see also reset frequency.
an adverb which tells you how often an event/action happens. (daily, fortnightly)
How often something happens. Medically, often used to refer to having to pass urine more often than normal.
In Account Summary, the scheduled mode (e.g. monthly, quarterly, etc.) for the payment of Income Amounts, as set forth in the annuity policy.
Annually since 1951 (except 1954); reported data are for activity taking place over the prior calendar year. Data collection begins in January following the end of the survey year. New samples are chosen approximately every 5 years and are updated quarterly. Use of the latest sample began in the 1999 survey year.
Number of coupon installments paid annually. Zero-coupon bonds, which pay no coupons, have frequencies of zero. Corporate bonds typically pay interest twice a year (semi-annually). CMOs pay interest either monthly or quarterly, while mortgage pools pay once a month. Eurobonds often pay annually.
The survey has been conducted since 1997 to the present. Previously the survey was conducted annually from 1973 to 1988 and biennially from 1989 through 1996.
The PACE survey was conducted annually from 1973 to 1994 (with the exclusion of 1987) and 1999.
The survey is conducted annually.
A copy group attribute that specifies the minimum interval, in days, between incremental backups.
the interval at which a serial is published; frequencies commonly encountered in libraries include
The interval at which a publisher distributes a serial publication.