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computer-aided

Syllabification: com·put·er-aid·ed

Definition of computer-aided in English:

adjective

Completed partially or entirely by using a computer: computer-aided engineering
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  • None of this would be objectionable if these frightfully expensive computer-aided super-spy devices were as efficient at detecting cocaine as they are for arms and ammunition.
  • A 20-feet high dome was erected at the Sector 5 grounds for the show and computer-aided sound-and-light effects added to the eclectic performances by the pop stars.
  • The Small Industries Service Institute, a Government of India organisation, is conducting a month-long entrepreneurship development programme on computer-aided textile designing.

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