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velocities, plural;
  1. The speed of something in a given direction
    • - the velocities of the emitted particles
  2. (in general use) Speed
    • - the tank shot backward at an incredible velocity
  3. The rate at which money changes hands within an economy

  1. speed: distance travelled per unit time
  2. In physics, velocity is the rate of change of displacement (position). It is a vector physical quantity; both magnitude and direction are required to define it. ...
  3. Velocity is the first album recorded by the The Vels (Alice Cohen, Chris Larkin and Charles Hansen).
  4. Velocity, (real name Carin Taylor) is an Image Comics/Top Cow Productions character from the comic series Cyberforce, created by Marc Silvestri in 1992. She is one of, if not the main character in the Cyberforce series, and often serves as the reader’s guide or eyes through the story arcs. ...
  5. Velocity was the code name for a distributed cache platform for in-memory caches spread across multiple systems, developed by Microsoft. It is now incorporated as the caching element of Microsoft's AppFabric.
  6. Velocity is a free, weekly publication first published December 3, 2003 by The Courier-Journal of Louisville, Kentucky.
  7. Velocity is a novel by Dean Koontz first published in 2005. Set in Napa County, California, it is about a man in his thirties who takes the law into his own hands when, out of the blue, he is threatened by an anonymous adversary. ...
  8. A vector quantity that denotes the rate of change of position with respect to time, or a speed with the directional component; Rapidity of motion; The rate of occurrence; The number of times that an average unit of currency is spent during a specific period of time.
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  10. The number of times a dollar is spent, or turns over, in a specific period of time. Velocity affects the amount of economic activity generated by a given money supply.
  11. The velocity of an object refers to the speed and direction in which it moves. If you drive north to your work place and your speedometer reads 35 miles per hour, then your velocity is 35 miles per hour in a northward direction. ...
  12. Rate of product movement through a warehouse.
  13. The time measurement of linear motion (flow) in a given direction. For example, water flowing 60 feet in a conduit each minute has a velocity of 60 feet per minute (fpm) or one foot per second ( 1 fps).
  14. The speed at which the floodwaters are moving. Typically, modeled velocities in a river or creek are quoted as the depth and width averaged velocity, i.e. the average velocity across the whole river or creek section.
  15. how fast something moves in a certain direction
  16. The speed at which the medium flows through the hose.
  17. The rate of change of displacement with respect to time. (m/s)
  18. The rate at which money balances turn over in a period for expenditures on goods and services (often measured as the ratio of GNP-gross national product-to the money stock). A larger velocity means that a given quantity of money is associated with a greater dollar volume of transactions.
  19. Speed of an object; the change in position over time.
  20. Velocity of money is a term coined by Irving Fisher in the 1930s, and refers to the speed at which a currency circulates. ...
  21. Rate of flow of water expressed in feet per second or miles per hour. The time rate of displacement of a fluid particle from one point to another. Velocity is a vector quantity that has magnitude and direction.
  22. The time rate of displacement of a reference point in an earthquake or the speed with which a particular seismic wave propagates in a rock.
  23. In this concept, the speed of water flowing in a watercourse, such as a river.
  24. the speed and direction of an object's motion
  25. How fast a point on the ground is shaking as a result of an earthquake.