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Noun
/ˈänˌset/,/ˈôn-/,
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onsets, plural;
  1. The beginning of something, esp. something unpleasant
    • - the onset of winter
  2. A military attack


  1. the beginning or early stages; "the onset of pneumonia"
  2. attack: (military) an offensive against an enemy (using weapons); "the attack began at dawn"
  3. Onset refers to the beginning of a musical note or other sound, in which the amplitude rises from zero to an initial peak. It is related to (but different from) the concept of a transient: all musical notes have an onset, but do not necessarily include an initial transient.
  4. In phonetics and phonology, a syllable onset is the part of a syllable that precedes the syllable nucleus.
  5. Onset is a census-designated place (CDP) in the town of Wareham in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 1,292 at the 2000 census.
  6. The Onset were formed in 1987 by Mike Badger after he left his former band The La's. Mike teamed up with local Liverpool legend Danny Dean on guitar, Hamish Cameron on Piano and Colin Becket on Drums. ...
  7. The Onset is the third album released by Mike Badger and The Onset. It was released by the Generator Label in 2005. The CD presents a selection of songs recorded during the period 1989 to 1994.
  8. A rushing or setting upon; an attack; an assault; a storming; especially, the assault of an army; The initial phase of a disease or condition, in which symptoms first become apparent; The initial portion of a syllable, preceding the syllable nucleus; The beginning of a musical note or other ...
  9. The initial consonant sound(s) in a monosyllabic word. This unit is smaller than a syllable but may be larger than a phoneme (the onset of bag is b-; of swim is sw-).
  10. The start of a particular restoration can be referred to as onset.
  11. most commonly takes place between ages 40 and 50 years, sometimes earlier, even as early as in childhood. Trigger factors do not influence the onset of the disease; however, the disease can be aggravated by stress, overexertion, etc.
  12. The part of a syllable before the first vowel sound. For example, in the word dog, /d/ is the onset.
  13. ONSET is the standardised referral and assessment framework designed by the youth justice board to help prevention programmes to identify if a young person would benefit from early intervention, and to determine the risk factors that should be reduced and the protective factors that should be ...
  14. is invoked before the standard Set behavior, whereas OnSetComplete is invoked after the standard Set behavior.
  15. Regarding Wire Doors: The wire door frame sets or rests in front of the side panels.
  16. the length of time it takes for the insulin to reach the bloodstream and begin lowering blood glucose after it is injected
  17. Letter/letters preceding a rime. Example: /d/ /og/, /d/ is the onset, /og is the rime
  18. consonant(s) before the vowel(s) in a syllable, including consonant blends and digraphs (e.g., /s/ in sit, /spl/ in split) [Grade 1]
  19. When the pain began. Acute onset means it occurred suddenly. Insidious onset means it gradually developed over a period- could be days or longer.
  20. The point in time at which the symptoms of a disorder first became apparent.
  21. In medicine, the first appearance of the signs or symptoms of an illness as, for example, the onset of rheumatoid arthritis . There is always an onset to a disease but never to the return to good health. The default setting is good health.
  22. when something begins
  23. 20 - 60 minutes (depending on form and stomach contents)
  24. Throughout the literature the onset of AO is considered to occur 1–3 day after tooth extraction [14, 21, 26]. 95–100% of all cases of AO have been reported within a week [11].
  25. the first sound on a syllable which precedes the nucleus. See rime.