dot-and-dash code

dot-and-dash code
азбука [код] Морзе

Англо-русский словарь по гражданской авиации. — М.: Скорпион-Россия. . 1996.

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  • dash — dash1 /dash/, v.t. 1. to strike or smash violently, esp. so as to break to pieces: He dashed the plate into smithereens against the wall. 2. to throw or thrust violently or suddenly: to dash one stone against another. 3. to splash, often… …   Universalium

  • dash — I [[t]dæʃ[/t]] v. t. 1) to strike or smash violently, esp. so as to break to pieces: to dash a plate against a wall[/ex] 2) to throw or thrust violently or suddenly: to dash one stone against another[/ex] 3) to splash, often violently; bespatter …   From formal English to slang

  • dot — I. /dɒt / (say dot) noun 1. a minute or small spot on a surface; a speck. 2. a small, roundish mark made with or as with a pen. 3. anything relatively small or speck like. 4. Music a. a point placed after a note or rest, to indicate that the… …  

  • internationalMorse code — international Morse code n. A form of Morse code having no spaces between the dot and dash elements, commonly used for telegraphic communication outside the United States and Canada. Also called continental code. * * * …   Universalium

  • dash — 1 verb 1 to go or run somewhere very quickly (+ into/across/behind etc): Olive dashed into the room, grabbed her bag and ran out again. 2 (transitive always + adv/prep) to make something move violently against a surface, usually so that it breaks …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • dash — dash1 [dæʃ] v [Date: 1200 1300; Origin: Probably from the sound of something breaking when hit] 1.) [I always + adverb/preposition] to go or run somewhere very quickly ▪ Olive dashed into the room, grabbed her bag, and ran out again. 2.) dash sb… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • dash — I. /dæʃ / (say dash) verb (t) 1. to strike violently, especially so as to break to pieces. 2. to throw or thrust violently or suddenly. 3. to splash violently; bespatter (with water, mud, etc.). 4. to apply roughly as by splashing. 5. to throw… …  

  • dot — I UK [dɒt] / US [dɑt] noun [countable] Word forms dot : singular dot plural dots * 1) a very small spot of ink or colour The female fish is yellow, with tiny orange dots on the tail. 2) something that looks very small because it is far away We… …   English dictionary

  • dot — dot1 dotlike, adj. dotter, n. /dot/, n., v., dotted, dotting. n. 1. a small, roundish mark made with or as if with a pen. 2. a minute or small spot on a surface; speck: There were dots of soot on the window sill. 3. anything relatively small or… …   Universalium

  • dot — dot1 S2 [dɔt US da:t] n [: Old English; Origin: dott top of a spot on the skin ] 1.) a small round mark or spot ▪ a pattern of dots on the screen 2.) on the dot informal exactly on time or at a particular time ▪ I ll be there on the dot …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • dot — 1 noun (C) 1 a small round mark or spot 2 on the dot informal exactly at a particular time: on the dot of five (o clock)/at five (o clock) on the dot: Mr Green arrived at six on the dot. 3 something that looks like a small spot because it is so… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English


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