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functionalitynoun

uk   /ˌfʌŋkʃənˈæləti/  us   /-ətIi/ (plural functionalities)
[C or U] IT the ​tasks that a ​computer, ​softwareprogram, or ​piece of ​electronicequipment is able to do: Banks have ​realized they need to ​provideadditional functionality at ​ATMs. With an ​out-of-datebrowser, some of the ​layout and functionalities on the web ​site may not ​work as intended.
[U] the ​quality of being useful, practical, and ​right for the ​purpose for which something was made: In ​civilengineering, a ​majorcomponent of functionality is ​safety.
(Definition of functionality from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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in Chinese (Traditional) 功能…
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