a source of supply, support, or aid, especially one that can be readily drawn upon when needed.
resources, the collective wealth of a country or its means of producing wealth.
Usually, resources. money, or any property that can be converted into money; assets.
Often, resources. an available means afforded by the mind or one’s personal capabilities:
to have resource against loneliness.
an action or measure to which one may have recourse in an emergency; expedient.
capability in dealing with a situation or in meeting difficulties:
a woman of resource.
capability, ingenuity, and initiative; quick-wittedness: a man of resource
(often pl) a source of economic wealth, esp of a country (mineral, land, labour, etc) or business enterprise (capital, equipment, personnel, etc)
a supply or source of aid or support; something resorted to in time of need
a means of doing something; expedient
- Resource access control facility
(RACF) IBM’s large system security product. It originally ran only under MVS but has since been ported to run under VM. (1995-02-07)
- Resource description framework
World-Wide Web, specification, data (RDF) A specification being developed in 2000 by the W3C as a foundation for processing meta-data regarding resources on the Internet, including the World-Wide Web. Resource Description Framework data consists of resources (nodes), and property/value pairs describing the resource. A node is any object which can be pointed to by a […]
- Resource fork
Macintosh file system
adjective 1. able to deal skillfully and promptly with new situations, difficulties, etc. adjective 1. ingenious, capable, and full of initiative, esp in dealing with difficult situations