turnover time

turnover time
время переключения; время перемагничивания

to tell the time — показывать время; показывать, который час

time to stable open condition — время устойчивого размыкания

time interrupt — временное прерывание; прерывание по времени

the time had come for her to lie in — ей пришло время рожать

standard handing time — время типового цикла транспортировки


English-Russian base dictionary . 2014.

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