Definition Of minute
a period of time equal to sixty seconds or a sixtieth of an hour.
he stood in the shower for twenty minutes
a sixtieth of a degree of angular measurement (symbol: ʹ).
To have any chance of affecting a pilot's vision, a would-be terrorist would have to be capable of keeping the beam pointed to an accuracy of 3 minutes of arc , one-tenth the diameter of a Full Moon.
a summarized record of the proceedings at a meeting.
The only written record are the minutes of the meeting taken by Mr Wilson.
a minute fraction of an inch
record or note (the proceedings of a meeting or a specified item among such proceedings).
the Secretary shall minute the proceedings of each meeting
Example Of minute
A comprehensive scan will create an electronic image of the virtual relic which can be shared and analysed in minute detail by experts around the world.
A newborn baby has a tiny heart and minute organs, and there is no margin for error or carelessness.
An office minute recommending dissolution of this forum to take effect from early April 2007 is being drafted for Second Commissioner approval.
And if we - excuse me for a minute - and if we find a training camp, we'll take care of it.
And there are too many books for more than a minute fraction to be reviewed or even briefly noticed in the metropolitan media.