[in-poo t] /ˈɪnˌpʊt/
something that is put in.
the act or process of putting in.
the power or energy supplied to a machine.
the current or voltage applied to an electric or electronic circuit or device.
Compare (def 4).
contribution of information, ideas, opinions, or the like:
Before making a decision we need your input.
the available data for solving a technical problem.
Scot. a monetary contribution, as to charity.
of or relating to data or equipment used for input:
The goal is to reduce input costs.
verb (used with object), inputted or input, inputting.
Computers. to enter (data) into a computer for processing.
to contribute (ideas, information, or suggestions) to a project, discussion, etc.
the act of putting in
that which is put in
(often pl) a resource required for industrial production, such as capital goods, labour services, raw materials, etc
(computing) the data fed into a computer from a peripheral device
(modifier) of or relating to electronic, computer, or other input
verb -puts, -putting, -put, -putted
(transitive) to insert (data) into a computer
1793, “a sum (of cash) put in,” from in + put. Computing sense of “data fed into a machine” is from 1948; the verb in the computing sense is attested from 1946. There was a Middle English verb input (late 14c.) meaning “to put in, place, set,” but it died out long before this.
/ˈɪnkɪˌlɑːb/ noun 1. (in India, Pakistan, etc) revolution (esp in the phrase inqilab zindabad long live the revolution)
International Union for Quaternary Research
[in-kwawr-tey-shuh n] /ˌɪn kwɔrˈteɪ ʃən/ noun 1. (in assaying) the addition of silver to a gold-silver alloy in order to facilitate the parting of the gold by nitric acid.
[in-kwest] /ˈɪn kwɛst/ noun 1. a legal or judicial inquiry, usually before a jury, especially an investigation made by a coroner into the cause of a death. 2. the body of people appointed to hold such an inquiry, especially a coroner’s jury. 3. the decision or finding based on such inquiry. 4. an investigation or […]