Begriff in einer Datenbank, nach dem eine Sortierung vorgenommen werden kann oder nach dem eine Abfrage erstellt wird.
Kennwort, mit dem Daten entschlüsselt werden können.
ETYM French clef key, a key in music, from Latin clavis key. Related to Clavicle.
A musical notation written on a staff indicating the pitch of the notes following it.
In music, a symbol prefixed to a five-line stave indicating the pitch range to which the written notes apply. Introduced as a visual aid in plainchant notation, it is based on the letter G (treble clef), establishing middle C (C4) as a prime reference pitch, G4 a fifth higher for higher voices, and F3 a fifth lower for lower voices.
The C clef is now comparatively rare, except for viola, cello, and bassoon; for most other instruments the G and F clefs are standard.
1. Metal device shaped in such a way that when it is inserted into a lock the lock's mechanism can be rotated.
2. A lever that actuates a mechanism when depressed.
3. A list of words or phrases that explain symbols or abbreviations.
4. Something crucial for explaining.
5. A coral reef off the southern coast of Florida; SYN. cay, Florida keys.
(British) A wrench.
1. A violent twisting or a pull with or as if with twisting
2. A sharp twist or sudden jerk straining muscles or ligaments; also; the resultant injury (as of a joint)
3. A distorting or perverting alteration
4. Acute emotional distress; sudden violent mental change
5. A hand or power tool for holding, twisting, or turning an object (as a bolt or nut)
6. Monkey wrench