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"throughput" in British English

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throughputnoun [U]

uk   us   /ˈθruː.pʊt/
an ​amount of ​work, etc. done in a ​particularperiod of ​time: We need to ​improveour throughput because ​demand is high at the ​moment.
(Definition of throughput from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"throughput" in Business English

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throughputnoun [U or C, usually singular]

uk   us   /ˈθruːpʊt/
PRODUCTION the ​amount of ​work done or ​people, ​materials, etc. that are dealt with in a particular ​amount of ​time: improve/increase throughput We need to ​improve our throughput because ​demand is high at ​present.a throughput of sth At the ​maximum there would be a ​daily throughput of 35,000 visitors. throughput ​capability/​speed/​time
IT the ​amount of ​data that is dealt with by a ​machine or ​system in a particular ​period of ​time: a throughput of sth This ​wirelesssystem has a ​maximum throughput of 70 megabits ​per second. fast/high throughput
(Definition of throughput from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “throughput”
in Chinese (Simplified) 生产率, 生产能力…
in Chinese (Traditional) 生產率, 生產能力…
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