- v. Simple past tense and past participle of spec.
“One example of this phenomenon is the surge in personal ads that seek partners "specced" in well-nigh impossible to satisfy terms.”
“With regard to the quantity of data you are moving into the area where lesser 'specced' computers will start to struggle.”
“That's part of why you want the engineering group involved; it's part of why you want to audit a supplier to make sure it has all the capabilities that are 'specced' on the drawings. ”
“I've worked on projects that were specced and goals agreed with funders five years before delivery, and two years before any technical or user-focussed specification or development began, and I wouldn't be surprised if something similar happened with NMOLP.”
“For PvP, it feels like everything you ever truly wanted an enhancement-specced Shaman to be.”
“To develop for the X360 and Ps3 you know exactly what each system is going to be specced at, and are able to develop specifically to those specifications and are thus able to focus more man hours on the design and game play side of the game as opposed to the nitty-gritty tech side of getting the game to run on all these different platforms with the PC.”
“I think we're all in agreement that Mr Tesco should lay off the fancy ingredients; I bought some of his over-specced bangers a while ago that, were I to own one, I'd have fed to the cat.”
“L.J. Hayward's "The Curtain" was another 'mundane' horror, although the ghosties in this one specced it up.”
“Telling someone "they're light for how they're specced" is just another way of saying "for a fat person, you don't sweat much.”
“Saying something is "light for how its specced" is kind of like giving someone a discount by charging them 100 cents instead of a dollar; the bike weighs what it weighs, no more and no less.”
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