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input /'input/
  • danh từ
    • cái cho vào
    • lực truyền vào (máy...); dòng điện truyền vào (máy...)
    • (kỹ thuật) tài liệu viết bằng ký hiệu (cung cấp vào máy tính điện tử); sự cung cấp tài liệu (cho máy tính điện tử)
    • (Ê-cốt) số tiền cúng
    • động từ
      • cung cấp tài liệu (cho máy tính điện tử)
    Concise Dictionary
    inputs|inputted|inputting'ɪnpʊt
    noun
    +signal going into an electronic system
    +any stimulating information or event; acts to arouse action
    +a component of production; something that goes into the production of output
    verb
    +enter (data or a program) into a computer
    Advanced English Dictionary
    noun, verb
    + noun
    1 [C, U] ~ (into / to sth)
    ~ (of sth) time, knowledge, ideas, etc. that you put into work, a project, etc. in order to make it succeed; the act of putting sth in: Her specialist input to the discussions has been very useful. + I'd appreciate your input on this. + There has been a big input of resources into the project from industry. + Barley is one of the main inputs to the process of distillation. + Growing anything in this soil will require heavy inputs of nutrients.
    2 [U] (computing) the act of putting information into a computer; the information that you put in: data input + This program accepts input from most word processors.
    3 [C] (technical) a place or means for electricity, data, etc. to enter a machine or system: an input lead / cord + Where is the audio input on the video recorder?
    Compare: OUTPUT
    + verb (inputting, input, input) or (inputting, inputted, inputted) [VN] to put information into a computer: to input text / data / figures
    Compare: OUTPUT
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    1 of time/knowledge/ideas

    ADJ.

    considerable, great, important, major, significant, substantial | additional | direct | regular | local | specialist, technical

    VERB + INPUT

    have | need | get, receive | provide
    constructive criticism which provided an input into the school's decision-making process

    PREP.

    ~ by
    The report contains a substantial input by the police.
    | ~ from
    input from various interested parties
    | ~ in
    They all had some input in the discussion.
    | ~ into
    her input into the survey
    | ~ on
    The union would like more input on redundancies.
    | ~ to
    an additional input to market analysis

    2 for a computer

    ADJ.

    data | user | keyboard | computer

    VERB + INPUT

    require
    Early computers required input in the form of punched cards.
    | accept
    The software will accept input from a variety of other programs.
    | process
    It may be beyond the capability of the hardware to process the input.
    | be used as/for
    Decision tables can be used as computer input.
    | check
    Check your input and make sure you have selected only one item.

    INPUT + NOUN

    data | file | field, form, screen
    The cursor is positioned on the first input field of the page.
    | device
    an input device such as a keyboard

    PREP.

    ~ for
    inputs for the printers
    | ~ from
    input from a mouse
    | ~ to
    input to a computer database

    PHRASES

    input and output



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