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evente*vent" (?), n. [l. eventus, fr. evenire to happen, come out; e out + venire to come. see come.] 1. that which comes, arrives, or happens; that which falls out; any incident, good or bad. "the events of his early years." to watch quietly the course of events. (thucyd. ) there is one event to the righteous, and to the wicked. ix. 2. 2. an affair in hand; business; enterprise. [obs.] "leave we him to his events." 3. the consequence of anything; the issue; conclusion; result; that in which an action, operation, or series of operations, terminates. dark doubts between the promise and event.   similar words(6) 

 periodic event  in any event  recurrent event  track event  event-driven  three-day event 

(v. t.)

To break forth.  

(n.)

The consequence of anything; the issue; conclusion; result; that in which an action, operation, or series of operations, terminates.  

(n.)

That which comes, arrives, or happens; that which falls out; any incident, good or bad.  

(n.)

An affair in hand; business; enterprise.  

Noun1. something that happens at a given place and time (hyponym) group action2. a special set of circumstances; "in that event, the first possibility is excluded"; "it may rain in which case the picnic will be canceled" (synonym) case (hypernym) circumstance3. a phenomenon located at a single point in space-time; the fundamental observational entity in relativity theory (hypernym) physical phenomenon (classification) relativity, theory of relativity, relativity theory, Einstein's theory of relativity4. a phenomenon that follows and is caused by some previous phenomenon; "the magnetic effect was greater when the rod was lengthwise"; "his decision had depressing consequences for business"; "he acted very wise after the event" (synonym) consequence, effect, outcome, result, issue, upshot (hypernym) phenomenon (hyponym) offspring, materialization, materialisation (derivation) eventuate

something that happens at a given place and timeEG.The events in our lives happen in a sequence in time, but in their significance to ourselves they find their own order … the continuous thread of revelation.

Chwyl = n. a turn; a course; a while; an event, ad. while, as long as

Dychwaen = n. chance, event

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1. An occurrence or happening of significance to a task or program, such as the completion of an asynchronous input/output operation. A task may wait for an event or any of a set of events or it may (request to) receive asynchronous notification (a signal or interrupt) that the event has occurred.See also event-driven.2. A transaction or other activity that affects the records in a file.(2000-02-09)

eventAn action recognized by an object, such as clicking the mouse or pressing a key, and for which you can write code to respond. events can occur as a result of a user action or program code, or they can be triggered by the system.

- class java.awt..Event  public class Event extends Object implements Serializable  Tree:java.lang.Object - java.awt.EventEvent is a platform-independent class that encapsulates events from the platform's graphical user interface in the Java 1.0 event model. In Java 1.1 and later versions, the event class is maintained only for backwards compatibilty. the information in this class description is provided to assist programmers in converting Java 1.0 programs to the new event model.

- constructor for class java.awt.Event  public Event (Object  target, int id, Object  arg)Creates an instance of event with the specified target component, event type, and argument.Parameters: target - the target component. - the event type.id - the event type. - the specified argument.arg - the specified argument.

- constructor for class java.awt.Event  public Event (Object  target, long when, int id, int x, int y, int key, int modifiers)Creates an instance of Event, with the specified target component, time stamp, event type, x and y coordinates, keyboard key, state of the modifier keys, and an argument set to null.Parameters: target - the target component. - the time stamp.when - the time stamp. - the event type.id - the event type. - the coordinate.x - the x coordinate. - the coordinate.y - the y coordinate. - the key pressed in a keyboard event.key - the key pressed in a keyboard event. - the state of the modifier keys.modifiers - the state of the modifier keys.

- constructor for class java.awt.Event  public Event (Object  target, long when, int id, int x, int y, int key, int modifiers, Object  arg)Creates an instance of event with the specified target component, time stamp, event type, x and y coordinates, keyboard key, state of the modifier keys, and argument.Parameters: target - the target component. - the time stamp.when - the time stamp. - the event type.id - the event type. - the coordinate.x - the x coordinate. - the coordinate.y - the y coordinate. - the key pressed in a keyboard event.key - the key pressed in a keyboard event. - the state of the modifier keys.modifiers - the state of the modifier keys. - the specified argument.arg - the specified argument.

An action or occurrence detected by a program. events can be user actions, such as clicking a mouse button or pressing a key, or system occurrences, such as running out of memory. most modern applications, particularly those that run in macintosh and windows environments, are said to be event-driven, because they are designed to respond to events.

An occurrence.

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the word event can have several meanings:Culture and social life

both 'D' hands, index fingers pointing away from the body, are simultaneously pivoted over so that the palms face down.

A point on a four dimensional continuum which is referenced by three coordinates of space and one coordinate to represent time.

1. An occurrence or happening, usually significant to the performance of a function, operation, or task. (188 ) 2. In integrated Services Digital Networks (ISDN), an instantaneous occurrence that changes at least one of the attributes of the global status of a managed object. Note: An event (a) may be persistent or temporary, thus allowing for functions, such as surveillance, monitoring, and performance measurement, (b) may generate reports, (c) may be spontaneous or planned, (d) may trigger other events, and (e) may be triggered by one or more other events.

signifies the manner in which the injury or illness was produced or inflicted, for example, overexertion while lifting or fall from ladder.

see also Accident, Casualty, Collision, Crash, Derailment, Fatality, Incident, Injury. 

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Word analysis of event

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