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Translation of "computer" - English-French dictionary

computer

noun /kəmˈpjuːtə/
an electronic machine capable of storing and processing large amounts of information and of performing calculations ordinateur The whole process is done by computer PC meanspersonal computer’ a computer game a computer program.
computerize verb ( computerise)
to put (information etc) into a form suitable for use by a computer informatiser Are you intending to computerize your book-ordering system?
Translations of “computer”
in Arabic حاسوب, كُمْبيوتر…
in Korean 컴퓨터…
in Malaysian komputer…
in Turkish bilgisayar…
in Italian computer…
in Chinese (Traditional) 電腦…
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 Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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