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key·board

 (kē′bôrd′)
n.
1. A panel of buttons used for typing and performing other functions on a computer or typewriter.
2. Music
a. A row of levers that are depressed with the fingers to produce or modulate the sound of an instrument, such as a piano or organ.
b. Any of various instruments, played by means of a musical keyboard, often connected to a synthesizer or amplifier.
tr.v. key·board·ed, key·board·ing, key·boards
1.
a. To set (copy) by means of a keyed typesetting machine: keyboard a manuscript.
b. To enter (text or data) into a computer by means of a keyboard.
2. Music To play (a composition) on a piano or keyboard.

key′board′er, key′board′ist n.
Translations
beíró

keyboarder

[ˈkiːˌbɔːdəʳ] Nteclista mf

keyboarder

[ˈkiːbɔːrr] nclaviste m/f

keyboarder

n (Typ, Comput) → Texterfasser(in) m(f); what’s she like as a keyboarder?wie ist sie bei der Texterfassung?

keyboarder

[ˈkiːˌbɔːdəʳ] n (on typewriter) → dattilografo/a; (on computer) → tastierista m/f
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