chatter

  1. noisy talk
  2. the rapid series of noises made by the parts of a machine
  3. the high-pitched continuing noise made by animals (birds or monkeys)

chatter

[n] - the rapid series of noises made by the parts of a machine 2. [n] - the high-pitched continuing noise made by animals (birds or monkeys) 3. [v] - speak (about unimportant matters) rapidly and incessantly 4. [v] - click repeatedly or uncontrollably, as of teeth 5. [v] - cut unevenly with a chattering tool 6. [v] - mak...
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Chatter

The vibrations caused between the work and the cutting tool which leave distinctive tool marks on the finished surface that are objectionable.
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Chatter

The vibration produced by a rotating engraving cutter. Generally caused by defective cutters or spindles and results in rough cuts and finishes in the work.
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Chatter

The rapid cycling on and off of a relay in a control process due to insufficient bandwidth in the controller.
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Chatter

Chat'ter intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Chattered ; present participle & verbal noun Chattering .] [ Of imitative origin. Confer Chat , intransitive verb Chitter .] 1. To ut...
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Chatter

Chat'ter transitive verb To utter rapidly, idly, or indistinctly. « Begin his witless note apace to chatter . Spenser. »
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Chatter

Chat'ter noun 1. Sounds like those of a magpie or monkey; idle talk; rapid, thoughtless talk; jabber; prattle. « Your words are but idle and empty chatter . Longfellow. » 2. Noise made by collision of the teeth, as in shivering.
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chatter

chattering noun the high-pitched continuing noise made by animals (birds or monkeys)
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chatter

piffle verb speak (about unimportant matters) rapidly and incessantly
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chatter

verb cut unevenly with a chattering tool
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chatter

verb click repeatedly or uncontrollably; `Chattering teeth`
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Chatter

• (v. i.) To make a noise by rapid collisions. • (n.) Sounds like those of a magpie or monkey; idle talk; rapid, thoughtless talk; jabber; prattle. • (v. t.) To utter rapidly, idly, or indistinctly. • (n.) Noise made by collision of the teeth, as in shivering. • (v. i.) To utter sounds which somewhat resemble language, but ...
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Chatter

Rough or unsatisfactory surfaces on work. It is usually caused by a slight jumping of the tool away from the work or of the work away from the tool.
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Chatter

Chatter is the collective noun for a group of budgerigars.
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Chatter

louder and may contain more sharp crackling sounds than bruxing. Often heard when rat is stressed.
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Chatter

[Al Qaeda] Kaitlyn Maria Filippini:Rock violinist, and Entrepreneur of Eloquent Acoustics ...
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Chatter

[signals intelligence] Chatter is a signals intelligence term, referring to the volume (quantity) of intercepted communications. Intelligence officials, not having better metrics, monitor the volume of communication, to or from suspected parties such as terrorists or spies, to determine whether there is cause for alarm. They refer to the el...
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Chatter

The vibration of skis or snowboards caused by traveling at high speeds. Excessive chatter reduces contact between the ski and the snow and the ability to stay in total control.
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Chatter

Vibration or instability of a ski on hard snow due to the edges bouncing off the snow instead of biting in.
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CHATTER

When the skis repeatedly lose and regain grip on the snow in a rapid, pulsating fashion and feel as though they are skipping sideways across the snow. Typically experienced when attempting to carve on very hard snow, ice or uneven surfaces.
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Chatter

The vibrations caused between the work and the cutting tool which leave distinctive tool marks on th
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Chatter

The vibrations caused between the work and the cutting tool which leave distinctive tool marks on th
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Chatter

Usually refers to a small, but noticeable cluster of ticks on a coin. Sometimes the term is otherwise used to describe the vibratory movement of a die which produces minor double-striking.
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Chatter

[software] Western Australian steam locomotives includes those which were built and utilised by the Western Australian Government Railways as well as Midland Railway of Western Australia and other railway operators. ...
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