[mod] /mɒd/ Informal.
an act or instance of ; modification.
verb (used with object), modded, modding.
to modify, especially a vehicle or mechanical part:
The car was modded for speed and power.
an annual Highland Gaelic meeting with musical and literary competitions
abbreviation (in Britain)
Ministry of Defence
modified to improve performance
“tidy, sophisticated teen” (usually contrasted with rocker), 1960, slang shortening of modern.
short for modification, c.1920, originally among aviators.
Modern; up-to-date, esp in the styles of the 1960s: shows off her attributes in a mod wardrobe (1960s+)
[mohd] /moʊd/ noun 1. a manner of acting or doing; method; way: modern modes of transportation. 2. a particular type or form of something: Heat is a mode of motion. 3. a designated condition or status, as for performing a task or responding to a problem: a machine in the automatic mode. 4. Philosophy. 5. […]
- Mode bit
A flag, usually in hardware, that selects between two (usually quite different) modes of operation. The connotations are different from flag bit in that mode bits are mainly written during a boot or set-up phase, are seldom explicitly read, and seldom change over the lifetime of an ordinary program. The classic example was the EBCDIC-vs.-ASCII […]
Pascal-like language with polymorphism and data abstraction. “Definition of the Programming Language MODEF”, J. Steensgard-Madsen et al, SIGPLAN Notices 19(2):92-110 (Feb 1984).
[mod-l] /ˈmɒd l/ noun 1. a standard or example for imitation or comparison. 2. a representation, generally in miniature, to show the construction or appearance of something. 3. an image in clay, wax, or the like, to be reproduced in more durable material. 4. a person or thing that serves as a subject for an […]