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computer

noun [C or U]     /kəmˈpjuː.tər/ US  /-t̬ɚ/
an electronic machine which is used for storing, organizing and finding words, numbers and pictures, for doing calculations and for controlling other machines 電腦 a personal/home computer 個人/家用電腦 All our customer orders are handled by computer. 我們所有顧客的訂單都是用電腦來處理的。 We've put all our records on computer. 我們把自己所有的紀錄都輸入了電腦。 computer software/hardware 電腦軟體/硬體 computer graphics 電腦繪圖 a computer program 電腦程式 Computer hardware
Translations of “computer”
in Arabic حاسوب, كُمْبيوتر…
in Korean 컴퓨터…
in Malaysian komputer…
in French ordinateur…
in Turkish bilgisayar…
in Italian computer…
in Russian компьютер…
in Polish komputer…
in Vietnamese máy tính…
in Spanish ordenador…
in Portuguese computador…
in Thai คอมพิวเตอร์…
in German der Computer…
in Catalan ordinador…
in Japanese コンピュータ…
in Indonesian komputer…
in Chinese (Simplified) 计算机,电脑…
(Definition of computer from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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