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  • ZIF — may refer to: * Zero Insertion Force, a way to connect an electrical connector without applying force to the connector. * Zero Intermediate Frequency, a radio demodulation technique. * Zeolitic imidazolate frameworks * Zif, Hebron, a Palestinian… …   Wikipedia

  • ZIF — steht für: Zentrum für Internationale Friedenseinsätze in Berlin Zero Insertion Force, ein Verriegelungsmechanismus für Prozessorsockel Zentrum für Islamische Frauenforschung und förderung Zeolitic Imidazolate Framework ZiF steht für: Zentrum für …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Zif — if, n. [Heb. ziv.] The second month of the Jewish ecclesiastical year, corresponding to our May. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Zif — /zif/, n. Chiefly Biblical. Ziv. * * * …   Universalium

  • zif — fonosimb. CO voce che riproduce il rumore di un colpo secco, dato spec. con un oggetto tagliente; anche s.m.inv. Sinonimi: ziffe, ziffete. {{line}} {{/line}} VARIANTI: ziff. DATA: sec. XX. ETIMO: voce onom …   Dizionario italiano

  • ZIF — Force d insertion nulle Un socket ZIF. ZIF est un acronyme de l’anglais zero insertion force qui signifie force d’insertion nulle. Un socket de circuit intégré (CI) normal exige que le CI soit poussé dans des contacts à ressorts qui s’accrochent… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • ZIF — (от англ. Zero Insertion Force  нулевое усилие вставки)  разновидность процессорного разъёма, снабжённого …   Википедия

  • zif — chal·a·zif·er·ous; zif; …   English syllables

  • zif — noun also ziw ˈzif ( s) Usage: usually capitalized Etymology: Hebrew ziw : the 2d month of the ancient Hebrew calendar corresponding to Iyar * * * /zif/, n. Ch …   Useful english dictionary

  • ZIF — ● ►en /zif/ sg. ►PUCE Zero Insertion Force. Type de support de processeur, qui permet d en changer facilement, car les pattes de ce dernier ne sont pas soudées à la carte mère …   Dictionnaire d'informatique francophone

  • Zif —    Brightness; splendour; i.e., the flower month, mentioned only in 1 Kings 6:1, 37, as the second month. It was called Iyar by the later Jews. (See Month.) …   Easton's Bible Dictionary

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