Clock (disambiguation)

Clock (disambiguation)

A clock is an instrument for measuring time.

Clock or Clocks may also refer to:

In music

In other entertainment

In science

  • CLOCK, Circadian Locomotor Output Cycles Kaput, an important gene related to circadian rhythms
  • Clock signal, a signal used in a synchronous circuit
  • Chemical clock, a method to make a time lapse in chemical reactions
  • Clock (constellation) or Horologium, a faint constellation in the southern sky

In botany

  • Dandelion flower heads that are matured for seed dispersal are called clocks.

Other

Slang

  • To hit
  • To rollover a score or achieve an extra play in a video game
  • To complete (London slang)
  • To notice

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