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Chainwork vs. Loop

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Chainworknoun

Work looped or linked after the manner of a chain.

Loopnoun

A length of thread, line or rope that is doubled over to make an opening.

Chainworknoun

Work looped or linked after the manner of a chain; chain stitch work.

Loopnoun

The opening so formed.

Loopnoun

A shape produced by a curve that bends around and crosses itself.

‘Arches, loops, and whorls are patterns found in fingerprints.’;

Loopnoun

A ring road or beltway.

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Loopnoun

An endless strip of tape or film allowing continuous repetition.

Loopnoun

A complete circuit for an electric current.

Loopnoun

(programming) A programmed sequence of instructions that is repeated until or while a particular condition is satisfied.

Loopnoun

(graph theory) An edge that begins and ends on the same vertex.

Loopnoun

(topology) A path that starts and ends at the same point.

Loopnoun

(transportation) A bus or rail route, walking route, etc. that starts and ends at the same point.

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Loopnoun

(algebra) A quasigroup with an identity element.

Loopnoun

A loop-shaped intrauterine device.

Loopnoun

An aerobatic maneuver in which an aircraft flies a circular path in a vertical plane.

Loopnoun

A small, narrow opening; a loophole.

Loopnoun

alternative form of loup|nodot=yes(mass of iron).

Loopnoun

(biochemistry) A flexible region in a protein's secondary structure.

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Loopverb

(transitive) To form something into a loop.

Loopverb

(transitive) To fasten or encircle something with a loop.

Loopverb

(transitive) To fly an aircraft in a loop.

Loopverb

(transitive) To move something in a loop.

Loopverb

(transitive) To join electrical components to complete a circuit.

Loopverb

(transitive) To duplicate the route of a pipeline.

Loopverb

(transitive) To create an error in a computer program so that it runs in an endless loop and the computer freezes up.

Loopverb

(intransitive) To form a loop.

Loopverb

(intransitive) To move in a loop.

‘The program loops until the user presses a key.’;

Loopnoun

A mass of iron in a pasty condition gathered into a ball for the tilt hammer or rolls.

Loopnoun

A fold or doubling of a thread, cord, rope, etc., through which another thread, cord, etc., can be passed, or which a hook can be hooked into; an eye, as of metal; a staple; a noose; a bight.

‘That the probation bear no hinge, nor loopTo hang a doubt on.’;

Loopnoun

A small, narrow opening; a loophole.

‘And stop all sight-holes, every loop from whenceThe eye of Reason may pry in upon us.’;

Loopnoun

A curve of any kind in the form of a loop.

Loopnoun

A wire forming part of a main circuit and returning to the point from which it starts.

Loopnoun

The portion of a vibrating string, air column, etc., between two nodes; - called also ventral segment.

Loopverb

To make a loop of or in; to fasten with a loop or loops; - often with up; as, to loop a string; to loop up a curtain.

Loopnoun

fastener consisting of a metal ring for lining a small hole to permit the attachment of cords or lines

Loopnoun

anything with a round or oval shape (formed by a curve that is closed and does not intersect itself)

Loopnoun

(computer science) a single execution of a set of instructions that are to be repeated;

‘the solution took hundreds of iterations’;

Loopnoun

an inner circle of advisors (especially under President Reagan);

‘he's no longer in the loop’;

Loopnoun

the basic pattern of the human fingerprint

Loopnoun

a computer program that performs a series of instructions repeatedly until some specified condition is satisfied

Loopnoun

the topology of a network whose components are connected in a loop

Loopnoun

an intrauterine device in the shape of a loop

Loopnoun

a complete electrical circuit around which current flows or a signal circulates

Loopnoun

a flight maneuver; aircraft flies a complete circle in the vertical plane

Loopverb

move in loops;

‘The bicycle looped around the tree’;

Loopverb

make a loop in;

‘loop a rope’;

Loopverb

fly loops, perform a loop;

‘the stunt pilot looped his plane’;

Loopverb

wind around something in coils or loops

Loopverb

fasten or join with a loop;

‘He looped the watch through his belt’;

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