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out·put

 (out′po͝ot′)
n.
1.
a. An amount produced or manufactured during a certain time.
b. The energy, power, or work produced by a system.
c. Computers The information produced by a program or process from a specific input.
2. The act or process of producing; production.
3. Intellectual or creative production: literary output; artistic output.
tr.v. out·put·ted or out·put, out·put·ting, out·puts
To produce or manufacture (something) during a certain time.

output

(ˈaʊtˌpʊt)
n
1. the act of production or manufacture
2. Also called: outturn the amount produced, as in a given period: a high weekly output.
3. the material produced, manufactured, yielded, etc
4. (Electronics) electronics
a. the power, voltage, or current delivered by a circuit or component
b. the point at which the signal is delivered
5. (Mechanical Engineering) the power, energy, or work produced by an engine or a system
6. (Computer Science) computing
a. the information produced by a computer
b. the operations and devices involved in producing this information. See also input/output
7. (modifier) of or relating to electronic, computer, or other output: output signal; output device; output tax.
vb (tr) , -puts, -putting, -put or -putted
(Computer Science) computing to cause (data) to be emitted as output

out•put

(ˈaʊtˌpʊt)

n., v. -put•ted -put, -put•ting. n.
1. the quantity of something produced, esp. in a specified period.
2. the material produced; product; yield.
3. the current, voltage, power, or signal produced by an electrical or electronic circuit or device. Compare input (def. 4).
4.
a. any information made available by computer, as on a printout, display screen, or disk.
b. the process of transferring such information from computer memory to or by means of an output device.
5. the power or force produced by a machine.
v.t.
6. to transfer (computer output).
7. to produce; yield; turn out.
[1855–60]

out·put

(out′po͝ot′)
1. The energy, power, or work produced by a system or device: the output of an engine.
2. The information that a computer produces by processing a specific input.

output


Past participle: output
Gerund: outputting

Imperative
output
output
Present
I output
you output
he/she/it outputs
we output
you output
they output
Preterite
I outputted
you outputted
he/she/it outputted
we outputted
you outputted
they outputted
Present Continuous
I am outputting
you are outputting
he/she/it is outputting
we are outputting
you are outputting
they are outputting
Present Perfect
I have output
you have output
he/she/it has output
we have output
you have output
they have output
Past Continuous
I was outputting
you were outputting
he/she/it was outputting
we were outputting
you were outputting
they were outputting
Past Perfect
I had output
you had output
he/she/it had output
we had output
you had output
they had output
Future
I will output
you will output
he/she/it will output
we will output
you will output
they will output
Future Perfect
I will have output
you will have output
he/she/it will have output
we will have output
you will have output
they will have output
Future Continuous
I will be outputting
you will be outputting
he/she/it will be outputting
we will be outputting
you will be outputting
they will be outputting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been outputting
you have been outputting
he/she/it has been outputting
we have been outputting
you have been outputting
they have been outputting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been outputting
you will have been outputting
he/she/it will have been outputting
we will have been outputting
you will have been outputting
they will have been outputting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been outputting
you had been outputting
he/she/it had been outputting
we had been outputting
you had been outputting
they had been outputting
Conditional
I would output
you would output
he/she/it would output
we would output
you would output
they would output
Past Conditional
I would have output
you would have output
he/she/it would have output
we would have output
you would have output
they would have output

output

Any information that a computer displays or prints.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.output - final productoutput - final product; the things produced  
crop - the output of something in a season; "the latest crop of fashions is about to hit the stores"
body of work, oeuvre, work - the total output of a writer or artist (or a substantial part of it); "he studied the entire Wagnerian oeuvre"; "Picasso's work can be divided into periods"
product, production - an artifact that has been created by someone or some process; "they improve their product every year"; "they export most of their agricultural production"
turning - the end-product created by shaping something on a lathe
2.output - production of a certain amount
production - (economics) manufacturing or mining or growing something (usually in large quantities) for sale; "he introduced more efficient methods of production"
crop, harvest - the yield from plants in a single growing season
3.output - signal that comes out of an electronic system
signal, signaling, sign - any nonverbal action or gesture that encodes a message; "signals from the boat suddenly stopped"
printout - the output of a computer in printed form
readout, read-out - the output of a computer in readable form
4.output - the quantity of something (as a commodity) that is created (usually within a given period of time); "production was up in the second quarter"
indefinite quantity - an estimated quantity
picking, pick - the quantity of a crop that is harvested; "he sent the first picking of berries to the market"; "it was the biggest peach pick in years"
5.output - what is produced in a given time periodoutput - what is produced in a given time period
product, production - an artifact that has been created by someone or some process; "they improve their product every year"; "they export most of their agricultural production"
throughput - output relative to input; the amount passing through a system from input to output (especially of a computer program over a period of time)
Verb1.output - to create or manufacture a specific amount; "the computer is outputting the data from the job I'm running"
produce, create, make - create or manufacture a man-made product; "We produce more cars than we can sell"; "The company has been making toys for two centuries"

output

noun production, manufacture, manufacturing, yield, productivity, outturn (rare) the largest drop in industrial output for ten years

output

noun
The amount or quantity produced:
Translations
مِقْدار المَنْتوج
produkcevýstup
ydelse
väljund
afrakstur; framleiîsla
gamybos apimtis
produkcija/izlaidums
produkcia
proizvodnja

output

[ˈaʊtpʊt]
A. N [of factory] → producción f; [of person, machine] → rendimiento m (Comput) → salida f (Elec) → potencia f de salida
to raise outputaumentar la producción
B. VT (Comput) → imprimir
C. CPD output bonus Nprima f por rendimiento
output device Ndispositivo m de salida

output

[ˈaʊtpʊt]
n
[industry] → production f
industrial output → production industrielle
[writers] → production f
the literary output of the post-war period → la production littéraire de l'après-guerre
[computer] → output m
vt (COMPUTING)sortir

output

n (of machine, factory, person) (= act)Produktion f; (= quantity also)Ausstoß m, → Output m or nt; (= rate of output also)(Produktions)leistung f, → Output m or nt; (= quantity in agriculture also)Ertrag m; (Elec) → Leistung f; (= output terminal)Ausgang m; (= capacity of amplifier)(Ausgangs)leistung f; (of mine)Förderung f; (= quantity)Fördermenge f, → Förderung f; (= rate of output)Förderleistung, Förderung f; (= of computer)Ausgabe f, → Output m or nt; effective output of a machineNutzleistung feiner Maschine; this factory has an output of 600 radios a daydiese Fabrik produziert täglich 600 Radios

output

[ˈaʊtˌpʊt]
1. n (of machine, factory) → produzione f; (of person) → rendimento; (of computer) → output m inv, dati mpl in uscita (Elec) → erogazione f
2. vt (Comput) → emettere

output

(ˈautput) noun
the quantity of goods, amount of work produced. The output of this factory has increased by 20%; His output is poor.

out·put

n. rendimiento; producción; salida;
___ failurefallo en el ___.

output

n gasto; urine — gasto urinario
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The prospects were bad at present, for truckmen who worked in the storerooms said that these were piled up to the ceilings, so that the firm could not have found room for another week's output of cans.
His journalistic style was climbing, stead- ily; it was already up to the back settlement Alabama mark, and couldn't be told from the editorial output of that region either by matter or flavor.
It was the natural output of a mind that had been led to assemble just the right materials for such a product.
Not only had the total gold output of the Yukon up to date been below five millions, but no man had ever made a strike of a hundred thousand, much less of a million.
Ask him the grain output of Paraguay for 1903, or the English importation of sheetings into China for
We know to-day the splendid mechanical, intellectual, and art output that followed.
Because," said the Man Leaning on a Spade, "I belong to the Gravediggers' National Extortion Society, and we have decided to limit the production of graves and get more money for the reduced output.
I must know when I was to start driving in order to start writing in time to finish my day's output.
Without movement he lay on his back, and he could hear, slowly drawing near and nearer, the wheezing intake and output of the sick wolf's breath.
The production of genuine popular ballads began to wane in the fifteenth century when the printing press gave circulation to the output of cheap London writers and substituted reading for the verbal memory by which the ballads had been transmitted, portions, as it were, of a half mysterious and almost sacred tradition.
Applications: Certain models specialized for narrow-neck bottles, wide-mouth jars, PP bottles, or high output capacity.
Some saw this increase in output as proof of the superiority of the Soviet system of central planning.