a compact computer that uses a microprocessor and is designed for individual use, as by a person in an office or at home or school, for such applications as word processing, data management, financial analysis, or computer games.
a small inexpensive computer used in word processing, playing computer games, etc
A computer built around a microprocessor for use by an individual. Personal computers have their own operating systems, software, and peripherals, and can generally be linked to networks. Compare mainframe.
personal computer (PC)
A computer typically used in the home, office, or school. Also a generic term for a PC Microsoft® operating system.
pupils equal round, react to light and accommodation
[pur-ahyn] /ˈpɜr aɪn/ noun 1. a town in S Florida.
noun 1. . noun the physical or emotional space that individuals maintain between themselves and others; the degree of remoteness that is either desired or felt between a person and others; also called social distance , cf. personal space Word Origin 1853
plural noun 1. privately owned articles consisting chiefly of clothing, toilet items, etc., for intimate use by an individual.