Jiffy

• (n.) A moment; an instant; as, I will be ready in a jiffy.
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Jiffy

[convenience store] Jiffy is a Thai chain of convenience stores. There are a total of 153 Jiffy convenience stores, mostly in filling stations. The owner of the stores plans to open more stores in the future. == Model == ==Revenue== Jiffy stores generate monthly revenue of Bt2.2 million each, while 7-Elevens generate Bt1.2 million each, due...
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Jiffy

[time] Jiffy is an informal term for any unspecified short period of time, as in `I`ll be back in a jiffy`. From this it has acquired a number of more precise applications for short, very short, or extremely short periods of time. First attested in 1785, the word`s origin is unclear, though one suggestion is that it was thieves` cant for li...
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Jiffy

Jif'fy noun [ Perh. corrupt. from gliff .] [ Written also giffy .] A moment; an instant; as, I will be ready in a jiffy . [ Colloq.] J. & H. Smith.
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jiffy

a unit of time used in chemistry and physics, equal to a 'light centimeter,' that is, the time required for light to travel a distance of one centimeter. This is a very brief interval indeed, about 33.3564 picoseconds. This definition of the jiffy was proposed by the American physical chemist Gilbert N. Lewis (1875-1946), who was one of the first t...
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Jiffy

Jiffy is slang for a moment, a short time.
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jiffy

unit of time used in computing equal to 1/100 second; any small unit of time
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