The method, which is commonly used in manufacturing, ensures efficient workflow in the production process, keeping in mind the delays or difficulties that may arise.
Literal Meanings of Drum-buffer-rope
Meanings of Drum:
A percussion device that sounds when struck with a stick or hand, usually in the form of a cylinder, barrel or cup, with a membrane extending to one or both ends.
Cylindrical container or containers.
This type of afternoon or afternoon tea was popular in the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
Touch one or more batteries.
A long, narrow hill, especially one that separates two parallel valleys.
Fish that vibrate their floating bladder to make drum sounds and are found mainly in ponds and shallow coastal waters.
Sentences of Drum
Drag the dance to the beat of the drum
A drum of white powder
Both shows are inspired by melodic sounds that accompany dynamic singing, drumming and dancing.
Synonyms of Drum
bin, can, canister, tank, barrel, cylinder
Meanings of Buffer:
Reduce or moderate the effect of (something)
Deal with chemical goose.
Store (data) in the buffer during processing or transfer.
The person or thing that prevents contradictory or opposing people or things from touching or hurting each other.
A solution that resists changes in pH when an acid or base is added. A buffer usually contains a weak acid or alkali with one of its salts.
A temporary storage area that stores data during processing or transmission, especially an area used to play video or download audio files.
An old man, very old-fashioned, old-fashioned, or incompetent.
Sentences of Buffer
Massage helps relieve stress
Increased the temporality caused by organic matter
Try to store as much video stream as possible before hitting the play button
Family and friends can provide protection against stress.
When the lipid vesicle was added to the sensitizing buffer, physical changes were observed.
Formatting pages in one buffer increases print speed while printing the other.
Synonyms of Buffer
absorb, deaden, moderate, lessen, cushion, diminish, stifle, muffle, soften, allay, mitigate, bulwark, shield
Meanings of Rope:
Grab it, tie it or secure it with a rope.
A piece of strong rope made of twisted wire of natural fibers such as ■■■■ or synthetic fibers such as polypropylene.
Rows of spherical objects, such as onions or pearls, line up.
An action in the area of an organization or activity.
Sentences of Rope
The calf should be tied and removed from the fence.
There is no way with the rope
Synonyms of Rope
line, understand the set-up, know one's way around, bind, tie, know one's stuff, know what to do, cord, be an old hand, know the procedure, know all the ins and outs, know what's what, cable, know the routine, pinion, hawser, truss, strand, be experienced, lash