Moore’s law Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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Moore’s lawnoun [S]

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the ​ideastated by Gordon Moore of Intel Corporation that the ​cost of a ​computer chip (= very ​smallpiece of ​electroniccomputerequipment ) for a particular ​amount of ​processingpower will continue to ​fall by half every two ​years : For most ​people, Moore's ​lawmanifests itself as a ​steadyincrease in a computer's ​clockspeed from one ​year to the next.
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