As nouns the difference between frequency and warble
is that frequency
is (uncountable) the rate of occurrence of anything; the relationship between incidence and time period while warble
is (military) in naval mine warfare, the process of varying the frequency of sound produced by a narrow band noisemaker to ensure that the frequency to which the mine will respond is covered or warble
can be a lesion under the skin of cattle, caused by the larva of a bot fly of genus (taxlink
As a verb warble is
to modulate a tone's frequency.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
(uncountable) The rate of occurrence of anything; the relationship between incidence and time period.
* With growing confidence, the Viking’s raids increased in frequency .
* The frequency of bus service has been improved from 15 to 12 minutes.
(uncountable) The property of occurring often rather than infrequently.
* The FAQ addresses questions that come up with some frequency .
* The frequency of the visits was what annoyed him.
(countable) The quotient of the number of times a periodic phenomenon occurs over the time in which it occurs: .
* The frequency of the musical note A above middle C is 440 oscillations per second.
* ''The frequency of a wave is its velocity divided by its wavelength : .
* Broadcasting live at a frequency of 98.3 megahertz, we’re your rock alternative!
* The frequency for electric power in the Americas is generally 60 Hz rather than 50.
(statistics) number of times an event occurred in an experiment (absolute frequency)
* (rate of occurrence) oftenness
* (rate of occurrence) period
To modulate a tone's frequency.
To sing like a bird, especially with trills.
To cause to quaver or vibrate.
To be quavered or modulated; to be uttered melodiously.
* (rfdate) Gay
- touch the warbled string
- Such strains ne'er warble in the linnet's throat.
(military) In naval mine warfare, the process of varying the frequency of sound produced by a narrow band noisemaker to ensure that the frequency to which the mine will respond is covered.
From Middle English werble, (at least for the noun) from (etyl) werbel (mole cricket), cognate to Walloon waerbea.
A lesion under the skin of cattle, caused by the larva of a bot fly of genus Hypoderma .
* warble fly