Definition of phasing in English:

phasing

Line breaks: phas¦ing
Pronunciation: /ˈfeɪzɪŋ
 
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noun

[mass noun]
1The action of dividing a large task or process into phases: the phasing of the overall project
More example sentences
  • While a further €23m has now been allocated to the ‘package’, as announced by the Minister, it is the position of the Department that this package needs to be broken into phasing.
  • The government has taken financial measures to optimise the phasing of EU structural funds.
  • An integral element of the Urban Infrastructure Strategy is the phasing of its implementation over fifty years.
1.1The relationship between the timing of two or more events: graphical techniques were used to investigate the phasing of traffic lights
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  • The phased repair and alteration project involved coordination and phasing of 22 different tenant agencies.
  • The issue is that of political phasing of reforms and compromise political management, which some Young Turks had not fully argued or were averse to 1994.
  • Putting these subdivisions together gives a time and space phasing of the different segments of this process in this potential configuration.
1.2The modification of the sound signal from an electric guitar or other electronic instrument by introducing a phase shift into either of two copies of it and then recombining them.
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  • Bell sounds are messy and not for controlling, they also cause a litany of electronic effects such as phasing and digital delay without ever having gone through a patchbay.
  • Brain research has shown that using sound phasing for brain synchrony will adjust the brain waves to deeper states down to the delta wave pattern.
  • We experimented with phasing and EQ and compression and reverb, and he was up for it all.

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