- 1 u c 1.1 (of resources) aportación (f), aporte (m) (esp AmL) a large financial input una gran aportación financiera 1.2 (contribution) aportación (f), aporte (m) (esp AmL)More example sentences
- In this issue we are particularly requesting your input about people involved in chemical engineering, law, forestry and history.
- It shows that, on average, women contribute 13% to total labour input in farming.
- Having this type of input contributes to a team feeling.
- 2 u c [Comput] entrada (f); (before n) [unit/data/statement] de entradaMore example sentences
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- The movements in your neck are instantly translated into mouse-compatible input to the computer.
- The mouse is probably the most important computer input item you'll use in your lifetime, and the right mouse will mean a lot to your computing comfort.
- The LL-T2015 can accept input from three different computers using an optional connection cable.
- Others have the inputs for recording audio from external devices like cassette players.
- Both sets ship with a remote control unit with auxiliary sound inputs and a headphone socket.
- To monitor all of this, the channels for all of the live inputs had to be record-enabled.
- 3 [Elec] 3.1 u c (of power) entrada (f) 3.2 c (terminal, jack) entrada (f)More example sentences
- It finally allowed efficient input into computers in a format which modern man could understand.
- These strengths make them ideal for certain IT work, such as computer programming or data input, which many people find boring, she said.
- About the same time I was told that the paper tape as a means of computer input was dead, too.
Churro is a typical Spanish food, consisting of a long thin cylinder of dough, deep-fried in olive oil and often dusted with sugar. Churros are usually eaten with a thick hot drinking chocolate, especially for breakfast.
vt (pres p inputting past & past p, input or , inputted)
- [data/signal] entrarMore example sentences
- As numbers added up they were inputted into computer databases - spewing out vote by ballot box after ballot box and available for all to see on the wall behind the tally centre through a projector aid.
- There have been delays in setting up the intelligence system and little or no improvement in inputting details of arrests or summonses on the Police National Computer.
- Work on inputting the details for the Single Payment database was well advanced.