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RAM

noun [U]
 
 
/ræm/
IT abbreviation for random access memory: a type of computer memory that stores data that can be searched by programs. The speed of searches, as well as the number of searches that can be made at the same time, increases with the size of the RAM: Increasing a PC's RAM is one of the most popular hardware enhancements people undertake. At this price, the model includes 512MB of RAM. →  Compare ROM
Translations of “RAM”
in Arabic كَبْش…
in Korean 숫양…
in Malaysian biri-biri jantan, bahagian mesin yang berat…
in French RAM…
in Turkish koç…
in Italian montone…
in Chinese (Traditional) 隨機存取記憶體…
in Russian баран…
in Polish baran…
in Vietnamese cừu đực, búa đóng cọc…
in Spanish carnero, ariete (militar), pisón…
in Portuguese carneiro…
in Thai แกะตัวผู้, เครื่องตอก…
in German RAM, Speicher…
in Catalan marrà…
in Japanese 牡羊…
in Indonesian kambing jantan, penumbur…
in Chinese (Simplified) 随机存取储存器…
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