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machine-readable

adjective uk   us   /məˌʃiːnˈriː.də.bl̩/
able to be understood by a computer: a machine-readable book/dictionary
Translations of “machine-readable”
in Chinese (Traditional) 機讀的,電腦可讀的…
in Russian считываемый машиной…
in Turkish bilgisayarın anlayabileceği, bilgisayarda kullanılabilen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 机读的,计算机可读的…
in Polish czytelnydlamaszyny…
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