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Timing is the spacing of events in time. Some typical uses are:
- The act of measuring the elapsed time of something or someone, often at athletic events such as swimming or running, where participants are timed with a device such as a stopwatch.
- Engine timing, for various functions such as ignition, cam timing to control poppet valve timing and overlap, and fuel injection timing.