adjective chrono·se·mic

Definition of chronosemic

  1. :  employing intervals of time with a fixed significance (as in a system of signaling) by exposing visual objects or sounding audible signals for selected intervals of time

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Origin and Etymology of chronosemic

chron- + Greek sēma sign + English -ic — more at semantics

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capable of being understood in two ways

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