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palm·top

 (päm′tŏp′)
n.
A computer that is small enough to fit in the palm of one's hand.

palm•top

(ˈpɑmˌtɒp)
n.
a battery-powered microcomputer small enough to fit in the palm.
[1985–90]
Translations
dlančnik

palmtop

[ˈpɑːmtɒp] N (also palmtop computer) → ordenador m de bolsillo, computador m or computadora f de bolsillo (LAm), palmtop m

palmtop

[ˈpɑːmtɒp] n (also palmtop computer) → ordinateur m de poche
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