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add-in
American English: /ˈæd ˌɪn/

Translation of add-in in Spanish:

adjective

  • (Computing)
    que se puede añadir

noun

  • (Computing)
    Example sentences
    • But the Power Mac is a special case in that its graphics are add-ins, so Apple can pretty much bundle whatever board takes its fancy.
    • Certainly, those machines, with their SDMC add-in slot, new peripheral connector and other refinements, will be high on developers' shopping lists - higher, at any rate, than the older PDAs.
    • Intel is also known to be working on an add-in that combines Wi-Fi and 3G mobile phone network connectivity, but it is not expected to unveil this product until later this Autumn.

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