Meaning of INPUT in English

INPUT

noun

1 of time/knowledge/ideas

ADJECTIVE

▪ great , important , major , significant , substantial

▪ additional

▪ direct

▪ local

▪ specialist ( BrE ), technical

▪ customer , user

We have made some adjustments based on user ~.

VERB + INPUT

▪ have

▪ need , require

Once running, the system requires very little ~.

▪ appreciate , value , welcome

If you have ideas for improvements, your ~ is always appreciated.

▪ seek , solicit

We actively solicit ~ from our users.

▪ get , receive

▪ provide

constructive criticism which provided an ~ into the school's decision-making process

PREPOSITION

▪ ~ by

The report contains substantial ~ by the police.

▪ ~ from

~ from various interested parties

▪ ~ in

They all had some ~ in the discussion.

▪ ~ into

her ~ into the survey

▪ ~ on

The union would like more ~ on working conditions.

▪ ~ to

I have no creative ~ to the projects I work on.

2 for a computer

ADJECTIVE

▪ data

▪ user

▪ keyboard

▪ analogue/analog , digital

▪ audio , video

There's the socket for audio ~.

VERB + INPUT

▪ require

Early computers required ~ in the form of punched cards.

▪ accept

The software will accept ~ from a variety of other programs.

▪ process

It may be beyond the capability of the hardware to process the ~.

▪ be used as , be used for

Decision tables can be used as computer ~.

▪ check

Check your ~ and make sure you have selected only one item.

INPUT + NOUN

▪ data

▪ file

▪ field , form

The cursor is positioned on the first ~ field of the page.

▪ device

an ~ device such as a keyboard

PREPOSITION

▪ ~ for

~s for the printers

▪ ~ from

~ from a mouse

▪ ~ to

~ to a computer database

PHRASES

▪ ~ and output

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