A V-shaped cut.
Such a cut, used for keeping a record
A mountain pass; a defile
(informal) A level or degree.
- ''The notches in that tribe's warrior axe handles stand for killed enemies.
* 2014 , Daniel Taylor, "
- ''This car is a notch better than the other.
World Cup 2014: Uruguay sink England as Suárez makes his mark," guardian.co.uk , 20 June:
- A better team might also have done more to expose Uruguay’s occasionally brittle defence, but England’s speed of thought and movement in their attacking positions was a good notch or two down from the Italy game.
* notch on one's bedpost, notch on the bedpost
* top notch
To cut a notch in (something).
To record (a score or similar) by making notches on something.
To join by means of notches.
To achieve (something).
- The tribe's hunters notch their kills by notches on each's axe's handle.
- The team notched a pair of shutout wins on Sunday.
Something blunted, stunted, or cut short, such as stubble or a stump.
A piece of certain paper items, designed to be torn off and kept for record or identification purposes.
- And prickly stubs instead of trees are found.
(computing) A placeholder procedure that has the signature of the planned procedure but does not yet implement the intended behavior. (
- check stub'', ''ticket stub'', ''payment stub
* 1996 , Chip Weems, Nell Dale, Pascal :
(computing) A procedure that translates requests from external systems into a format suitable for processing and then submits those requests for processing. (
- Even though the stub is a dummy, it allows us to determine whether the procedure is called at the right time by the program or calling procedure.
* 2002 , Judith M Myerson, The Complete Book of Middleware :
(wikis) A page providing only minimal information and intended for later development.
The remaining part of the docked tail of a dog
An unequal first or last interest calculation period, as a part of a financial swap contract
(obsolete) A log; a block; a blockhead.
- After this, the server stub calls the actual procedure on the server.
A pen with a short, blunt nib.
A stub nail; an old horseshoe nail; also, stub iron.
* (computer) skeleton (4)
* pencil stub
* pay stub
To remove most of a tree, bush, or other rooted plant by cutting it close to the ground.
To remove a plant by pulling it out by the roots.
To jam, hit, or bump, especially a toe.
- I stubbed my toe trying to find the light switch in the dark.
column (upright supporting beam)
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