Meaning of INPUT in English

INPUT

(~s, ~ting)

Note: The form '~' is used in the present tense and is the past tense and past participle.

1.

Input consists of information or resources that a group or project receives.

We listen to our employees and value their ~...

N-VAR

2.

Input is information that is put into a computer. (COMPUTING)

? output

N-UNCOUNT

3.

If you ~ information into a computer, you feed it in, for example by typing it on a keyboard. (COMPUTING)

All this information had to be ~ onto the computer.

VERB: be V-ed onto n

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