Examples of timescale in a Sentence
When considered on the 4.6 billion year timescale of the Earth, our lives can seem insignificant.
What is the timescale for completion of the work?
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It was found in rocks that were slightly older than those previously found at Duntulm on the island and demonstrates the presence of sauropods in this part of the world through a longer timescale than previously known.
But this happens on timescales of millions of years, not centuries or days, and at the end, not the middle, of a star's life.
Young Arsenal midfielder Gedion Zelalem has announced a timescale for his recovery from a serious knee injury.
Airbus and Bombardier both declined to comment on the state of the antitrust process, repeating earlier guidance on the timescale.
Studies of brain tissue samples showed that whereas ketamine silenced burst-firing within minutes, the standard antidepressant fluoxetine HCL, commonly known as Prozac, had no such effect at these timescales.
But this is highly undesirable, as any gravitational wave that has the same timescale as a glitch would, at present, also be removed.
However, the scan could reveal more serious damage than expected, ruling him out for a longer period of time - although a timescale is hard to predict before his scan comes back.
Wozniak is not the only one to doubt Tesla’s timescales—analysts and customers alike have been frustrated by the firm’s slow rollout of the Model 3, which has been caused by production problems.
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Definition of timescale for English Language Learners
: a period of time whose size can be compared to other periods of time
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