hourwise

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

hour +‎ -wise

Adjective[edit]

hourwise (not comparable)

  1. Hourly or in terms of hours.
    • 1973, N S Srinivasan, S B Sripathi Rao, Forecasting of traffic and standardisation of widths of roads in industrial townships
      Hourwise traffic volume variations on arterial, collector, residential streets in Ranchi township are shown in Fig. 2.

Adverb[edit]

hourwise (not comparable)

  1. Hourly or in terms of hours.
    • 1957, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Letters from Goethe
      Let me proffer the observation that work done to a prescribed timetable, within a given time, produces and trains men who also do only the barest minumum[sic] by the hour and as it were hourwise.
    • 1994, Physics Abstracts
      The results of quality control checks and number of reports received hourwise for each synoptic hour for each WMO block are monitored.