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data

Pronunciation: /ˈdeɪtə/
(pl ofdatum)

Translation of data in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • 1 (facts, information) (+ plural verb/+ verbo en plural) datos (masculine plural), información (feminine) to collect/supply data on sb/sth recopilar/suministrar información sobre algn/algo
  • 2 [Computing/Informática] (+ singular verb/+ verbo en singular) datos (masculine plural) a piece of data un dato (before noun/delante del nombre) [file] de datos data analysis análisis (masculine) de datos data analyst analista (masculine and feminine) de datos data bus bus (masculine) de datos data carrier portadora (feminine) de datos data communication(s) comunicación (feminine) de datos data corruption corrupción (feminine) de datos data dictionary o directory diccionario (masculine) de datos data disk disco (masculine) de datos data encryption cifrado (masculine) de datos data file archivo (masculine) de datos data highway autopista (feminine) de datos data input introducción (feminine) de datos data item dato (masculine) elemental data network red (feminine) de datos data processor procesador (masculine) de datos data recovery recuperación (feminine) de datos data retrieval rescate (masculine) de datos data security seguridad (feminine) de datos data sheet hoja (feminine) de datos

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