Any file to which data is spooled to await the next stage of processing. Especially used in circumstances where spooling the data copes with a mismatch between speeds in two devices or pieces of software. For example, when you send mail under Unix, it’s typically copied to a spool file to await a transport demon’s attentions.
noun 1. any cylindrical piece or device on which something is wound. 2. a small cylindrical piece of wood or other material on which yarn is wound in spinning, for use in weaving; a bobbin. 3. a small cylinder of wood or other material on which thread, wire, or tape is wound, typically expanded or […]
noun 1. a kind of sherbet made from fruit juice or wine, mixed after freezing with uncooked meringue.
noun 1. a back of a chair or the like, having a splat curved outward at the bottom.
noun 1. any of several wading birds of the family Plataleidae, related to the ibises, having a long, flat bill with a spoonlike tip. 2. any of various birds having a similar bill, as the shoveler duck. 3. the paddlefish. noun 1. any of several wading birds of warm regions, such as Platalea leucorodia (common […]