- 1Shape or put together in a particular form or configuration: two of the aircraft will be configured as VIP transportsMore example sentences
- It seemed from that morning on we were inseparable, even configuring our schedules together.
- Upon configuring the aircraft for landing, the crew noticed they had fuel fumes in the cockpit.
- When configuring the aircraft for landing, things got interesting.
- 1.1 Computing Arrange or order (a computer system or an element of it) so as to fit it for a designated task: expanded memory can be configured as a virtual driveMore example sentences
- The course will run over six weeks in May and June and will teach people to upgrade and repair computers and configure their operating systems.
- So the logical step is to add a DVD drive to my machine and configure my system for DVD playback.
- You can configure systems online to evaluate different options and prices.
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- It scales brilliantly, degrades gracefully, supports optional categories and ‘beaming,’ and is configurable to an unlimited number of options.
- It's not required and is highly configurable meaning that you can use this extra functionality in a few different ways, from the least strict to the most.
- Our world is increasingly full of configurable artifacts.
late Middle English (in the Latin sense): from Latin configurare 'shape after a pattern', from con- 'together' + figurare 'to shape' (from figura 'shape or figure').
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