1sec

one second

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  • sec — 1sec agg.inv. ES fr. {{wmetafile0}} TS enol. di vino o liquore, secco {{line}} {{/line}} DATA: 1989. 2sec simb. TS mat. secante …   Dizionario italiano

  • seccia — 1séc·cia s.f. RE tosc. stoppia | estens., terreno coperto di stoppie, secciaio {{line}} {{/line}} DATA: av. 1320. ETIMO: prob. lat. fenisĭcĭa(m) fienagione , comp. di fenum fieno e di un der. di secāre tagliare . 2séc·cia s.f. RE merid. seppia |… …   Dizionario italiano

  • sec — 1sec = Sekans; Sekunde (vgl. d.)   2sec [sɛk ] <französisch> (trocken [von französischen Schaumweinen]) …   Die deutsche Rechtschreibung

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  • sec — sẹc1 〈Adj.〉 herb (Wein) [frz., „trocken“] sẹc2 1. 〈Abk. für〉 Sekans 2. 〈nicht mehr zulässiges Zeichen für〉 Sekunde (1) [zu I: frz., „trocken“] * * * sec: Abk. für engl. second (↑ Sekunde). * * * 1sec …   Universal-Lexikon

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