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Етимологија 1[уреди]

Од Средњи Енглески minute, minut, minet, од Стари Француски minute, од Lua грешка in Модул:etymology at line 70: attempt to call method 'getDisplayForm' (a nil value).. Дублети of menu.



minute (plural minutes)

  1. A unit of time equal to sixty seconds (one-sixtieth of an hour).
    You have twenty minutes to complete the test.
  2. (informal) A short but unspecified time period.
    Wait a minute, I’m not ready yet!
    Синоними: instant, jiffy, mo, moment, sec, second, tic
  3. A unit of angle equal to one-sixtieth of a degree.
    We need to be sure these maps are accurate to within one minute of arc.
    Синоним: minute of arc
  4. (chiefly in the plural, minutes) A (usually formal) written record of a meeting or a part of a meeting.
    Let’s look at the minutes of last week’s meeting.
    • 2008, Pink Dandelion: The Quakers: A Very Short Introduction, p 52:
      The Clerk or 'recording Clerk' drafts a minute and then, or at a later time, reads it to the Meeting. Subsequent contributions are on the wording of the minute only, until it can be accepted by the Meeting. Once the minute is accepted, the Meeting moves on to the next item on the agenda.
  5. A unit of purchase on a telephone or other network, especially a cell phone network, roughly equivalent in gross form to sixty seconds' use of the network.
    If you buy this phone, you’ll get 100 free minutes.
  6. A point in time; a moment.
  7. A nautical or a geographic mile.
  8. An old coin, a half farthing.
  9. (obsolete) A very small part of anything, or anything very small; a jot; a whit.
    • (deprecated use of |lang= parameter)
      1660, Jeremy Taylor, “Of the Probable or Thinking Conscience.”, in Ductor Dubitantium, or, The Rule of Conscience in all her Generall Measures Serving as a Great Instrument for the Determination of Cases of Conscience[1], volume 1:
      [] according to the Prophecies of him, which were so clear and descended to minutes and circumstances of his passion
  10. (architecture) A fixed part of a module.
  11. (slang, US, Canada, dialectal) A while or a long unspecified period of time
    Oh, I ain't heard that song in a minute!
    • 2010, Kenneth Ring, Letters from Palestine, page 18:
      “Man, I haven’t seen you in a minute,” he says, smiling still. “Maybe like two, three years ago?”
Изведени термини[уреди]
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  • Ток Писин: minit


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minute (third-person singular simple present minutes, present participle minuting, simple past and past participle minuted)

  1. (транзитивно) Of an event, to write in a memo or the minutes of a meeting.
    I’ll minute this evening’s meeting.
    • (deprecated use of |lang= parameter)
      1870 [June 27, 1855], Charles Dickens, “Administrative Reform”, in Speeches Literary and Social[2], strana 133:
      I dare say there was a vast amount of minuting, memoranduming, and despatch-boxing, on this mighty subject.
    • (deprecated use of |lang= parameter)
      1995, Edmund Dell, The Schuman Plan and the British Abdication of Leadership in Europe[3]:
      On 17 November 1949 Jay minuted Cripps, arguing that trade liberalization on inessentials was socially regressive.
    • (deprecated use of |lang= parameter)
      1996, Peter Hinchliffe, The Other Battle[4]:
      The Commander-in-Chief of Bomber Command, Sir Richard Peirse, was sceptical of its findings, minuting, ‘I don’t think at this rate we could have hoped to produce the damage which is known to have been achieved.’
    • (deprecated use of |lang= parameter)
      2003, David Roberts, Four Against the Arctic[5]:
      Mr. Klingstadt, chief Auditor of the Admiralty of that city, sent for and examined them very particularly concerning the events which had befallen them; minuting down their answers in writing, with an intention of publishing himself an account of their extraordinary adventures.
  2. To set down a short sketch or note of; to jot down; to make a minute or a brief summary of.
    • (deprecated use of |lang= parameter)
      1876 [1834], George Bancroft, History of the United States from the discovery of the American continent[6], volume VI, strane 28-29:
      The Empress of Russia, with her own hand, minuted an edict for universal tolerance.
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Етимологија 2[уреди]

Borrowed from Латински minūtus (small", "petty), perfect passive participle of minuō (make smaller).



minute (comparative minuter, superlative minutest)

  1. Very small.
    They found only minute quantities of chemical residue on his clothing.
    Синоними: infinitesimal, insignificant, minuscule, tiny, trace
    Antonymи: big, enormous, colossal, huge, significant, tremendous, vast
  2. Very careful and exact, giving small details.
    The lawyer gave the witness a minute examination.
    Синоними: exact, exacting, excruciating, precise, scrupulous

Погледајте такође Тезаурус:tiny и Тезаурус:meticulous.





From Стари Француски minute, borrowed from Латински minūta. Compare menu, an inherited doublet.



minute f (plural minutes)

  1. minute (etymology 1, time unit, all same senses)




  1. wait a sec!



Further reading[уреди]



minute f pl

  1. Feminine plural of adjective minuto.






Old French[уреди]


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minute f (oblique plural minutes, nominative singular minute, nominative plural minutes)

  1. minute (one sixtieth of an hour)

Coordinate terms[уреди]





  1. first-person singular (eu) present subjunctive of minutar
  2. third-person singular (ele and ela, also used with você and others) present subjunctive of minutar
  3. third-person singular (você) affirmative imperative of minutar
  4. third-person singular (você) negative imperative of minutar