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input

noun
 
 
/ˈɪnpʊt/
IDEAS [C, U] B2 ideas, money, effort, etc that you put into an activity or process in order to help it succeed: Input from students is used to develop new and exciting courses.Helping and co-operating
ELECTRICAL [C, U] electrical energy that is put into a machine to make it workElectricity and electronics
COMPUTER [U] B2 information that is put into a computerComputer concepts
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