Definition of computer-literate in English:

computer-literate

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adjective

(Of a person) having sufficient knowledge and skill to be able to use computers; familiar with the operation of computers: nowadays, all graduates are computer-literate computer-literate executives
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  • More surprising is the fact that even the most enlightened and computer-literate parents choose to put the family computer in the son's bedroom, thereby creating access problems for a daughter who would rather like to use it, too.
  • ‘You could create a campaign that reached every computer-literate voter,’ says Cuban.
  • Support arrangements ranged from contracts with local repair shops to the phone number of the dealer's computer-literate kid.

Derivatives

computer literacy

noun
More example sentences
  • The participants estimated that the computer literacy of these cyberstalkers was of a wider range than any of the previous group - from fairly low to high.
  • He even suggested use of pirated software may promote computer literacy.
  • We assume that computer literacy would correlate with installed PCs, since Internet access in public schools is not widespread.

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