There is probably not a nanosecond of the day when we do not desire something or other.
The water pressure alone would turn a man into a “meat cloud” in a nanosecond, Cameron colorfully explains.
I closed my eyes and in a nanosecond, I cured myself... It's the work of sissies.
The New York-area shows had sold out in a nanosecond, and two very important people were depending on me.
Whether you want news up to the nanosecond or an absurdist joke, these are the Twitter feeds you need to follow now.
In what now seems like a nanosecond, AOL declined until it was synonymous with business failure and irrelevance.
For every nanosecond that I miraculously lift off the ground, I land with an inordinately loud thud.
The man behind ‘Moneyball’ goes inside the crazy world of high frequency trading to find billions being made by the nanosecond.
A billionth of a second.
Note: The term is often used to refer to a very short time: “He missed having an accident by nanoseconds.”
(ns) 10^-9 seconds; one thousand millionth part of a second.
This is the unit in which the fundamental logical operations of modern digital circuits are typically measured. For example, a microprocessor with a clock frequency of 100 megahertz will have a 10 nanosecond clock period.