set a clock

de klok bijstellen

English-Dutch dictionary. 2013.

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  • set a clock — tune a clock to the correct time …   English contemporary dictionary

  • set the clock back — move the time on a clock backwards; relive past events …   English contemporary dictionary

  • set the clock back — …   Useful english dictionary

  • set the clock forward — …   Useful english dictionary

  • clock-radio — n a machine that is a clock and a radio. You can set the clock to turn the radio on and wake you up …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • clock — 1 noun (C) 1 an instrument in a room or on a public building that shows what time it is: The clock was ticking on the mantelpiece. | the clock strikes three/half past four etc: The church clock struck midnight. | the clock says... (=the clock… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • clock — clock1 W3S2 [klɔk US kla:k] n [Date: 1300 1400; : Middle Dutch; Origin: clocke bell, clock , from Medieval Latin clocca bell , from a Celtic language] 1.) an instrument that shows what time it is, in a room or outside on a building ▪ The clock on …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • clock — I UK [klɒk] / US [klɑk] noun [countable] Word forms clock : singular clock plural clocks ** an object that shows the time. The object like a clock that you wear on your wrist is called a watch. Clocks either have a background called a face with… …   English dictionary

  • Clock network — A clock network or clock system is a set of clocks designed to always show exactly the same time by communicating with each other. Clock networks usually include a central master clock kept in sync with an official time source, and one or more… …   Wikipedia

  • clock*/*/*/ — [klɒk] noun [C] I an object that shows the time. The similar object that you wear on your wrist is called a watch The only sound was the clock ticking.[/ex] I glanced at the kitchen clock.[/ex] • against the clock as fast as possible in order to… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • set — I [[t]se̱t[/t]] NOUN USES ♦ sets 1) N COUNT: oft N of n A set of things is a number of things that belong together or that are thought of as a group. There must be one set of laws for the whole of the country... I might need a spare set of… …   English dictionary

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