Definition of durational in English:



See duration

  • ‘As soon as I started working with electronic musicians, circular breathing becomes a lot more useful because the durational sense can be really different.’
  • ‘This software program records both discrete events and durational measurements and stores them for later analysis.’
  • ‘At-risk infants may not be able to efficiently process sound patterns that differ only in durational features.’
  • ‘This durational distribution characterizes that key and only that key.’
  • ‘These durational variations make the internal states of the protagonists palpable.’