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software

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈsɒft.weər/ US  /ˈsɑːft.wer/
the instructions which control what a computer does; computer programs
(计算机)软件
He's written a piece of software which calculates your tax returns for you.
他编写了一个能计算你的税收返还数额的软件。
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Translations of “software”
in Korean (컴퓨터) 소프트웨어…
in Arabic بَرْنامَج…
in Portuguese software…
in Catalan programari…
in Japanese ソフトウェア…
in Italian software…
in Chinese (Traditional) (電腦)軟體…
in Russian программное обеспечение…
in Turkish yazılım programları…
in Polish oprogramowanie, programy, software…
(Definition of software from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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