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[verb kuh m-pres; noun kom-pres] /verb kəmˈprɛs; noun ˈkɒm prɛs/ verb (used with object) 1. to press together; force into less space. 2. to cause to become a solid mass: to compress cotton into bales. 3. to condense, shorten, or abbreviate: The book was compressed by 50 pages. 4. Computers. to reduce the storage space […]
[kuh m-prest] /kəmˈprɛst/ adjective 1. pressed into less space; condensed: compressed gases. 2. pressed together: compressed lips. 3. flattened by or as if by pressure: compressed wallboard. 4. Zoology, Botany. flattened laterally. [verb kuh m-pres; noun kom-pres] /verb kəmˈprɛs; noun ˈkɒm prɛs/ verb (used with object) 1. to press together; force into less space. 2. […]
noun 1. air compressed, especially by mechanical means, to a pressure higher than the surrounding atmospheric pressure. noun 1. air at a higher pressure than atmospheric pressure: used esp as a source of power for machines
noun 1. . noun 1. a gas liquefied by compression, consisting of flammable hydrocarbons, as propane and butane, obtained as a by-product from the refining of petroleum or from natural gas: used chiefly as a domestic fuel in rural areas, as an industrial and motor fuel, and in organic synthesis, especially of synthetic rubber. noun […]
- Compressed slip
networking (CSLIP) VanJacobsen TCP header compression. A version of SLIP using compression. CSLIP has no effect on the data portion of the packet and has nothing to do with compression by modem. It does reduce the TCP header from 40 bytes to 7 bytes, a noticeable difference when doing telnet with lots of little packets. […]