from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. European currency unit
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- n. The ISO 3166-1 three-letter (alpha-3) code for Ecuador.
- European Currency Unit
- Engine control unit
- Electronic control unit
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The shield carried by a mounted man-at-arms in the middle ages; especially, the triangular shield of no great length carried during the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, and hung around the neck by the guige, so as to cover the left arm and left side.
- n. The name of several gold and silver coins current in France from the fourteenth century onward, having a shield as part of their type: in English usually rendered crown.
- n. A Scotch gold coin, also called crown, issued in the sixteenth century by James V. and by Mary, Queen of Scots. It was worth at the time of issue 20 shillings English.
- n. In France, a sum of money, formerly consisting of three francs, now generally of five francs.
- n. A vegetable tracing-paper, 15x20 inches.
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The treaty envisions the creation of a common European currency no later than 1999 (called the ECU, it would replace national units like the German mark).
The N635S 5.8 is a tribute from Oliver Nowack to his father Hans, creator of world famed race and road engines and one of the inventors of what is nowadays called ECU-Tuning.
"The ECU is a good thing will be able to compensate for engine wear and tear automatically,"
Again, there is precedent: the eurozone has had such a pooled currency before: the ECU was a basket of currencies.
The program, known as ECU HEAT, a ministry of churches involved in the Farmington Area Ecumenical Ministry, has raised more than $41,000 to help 521 people or more than 200 families.
A computerized brain-often called the ECU, for Engine Control Unit-that regulates an engine's operation by monitoring certain engine characteristics (rpm, coolant temperature, intake airflow, etc.) through a network of sensors and then controlling key variables (fuel metering, spark timing, EGR, etc.) according to preprogrammed schedules.
"Let us recall the ECU [European currency unit], which was not precisely a supernational currency but served as a monetary unit, as a unit of account in European Community countries before the introduction of euro as the main reserve currency,"