Timing ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Timing ( noun )

  1. The choice or control of when something should be done.
  2. The measurement of elapsed time.

Origin:

Middle english, from old english tīming; akin to old high german zīming time and probably to latin tempus.

Examples:

  1. The timing of the launch was critical to its success.
  2. The timing of the race was done with high-precision instruments.
  3. He is an expert in timing, and can do it with great accuracy.
  4. Timing is crucial for a successful outcome.
  5. The timing of events is what makes them happen at the right moment.

(As a verb)

Timing ( verb )

  1. The choice or control of when something should be done.
  2. The measurement of elapsed time.

Origin:

Middle english, from old english tīming; akin to old high german zīming time and probably to latin tempus.

Examples:

  1. The timing of the launch was critical to its success.
  2. The timing of the race was done with high-precision instruments.
  3. He is an expert in timing, and can do it with great accuracy.
  4. Timing is crucial for a successful outcome.
  5. The timing of events is what makes them happen at the right moment.
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