Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of computerise.
  • adj. Having undergone computerisation.
  • adj. Functioning upon or through the medium of computers; digital.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • They worked from these processes and 'computerised' them.

    Techworld.com News

  • At least 30 politicians and their relatives got lucky in the 'computerised' draw.

    Daily News & Analysis

  • The new European laws reducing civil rights range from introducing biometric control devices such as computerised passports and the digital registration of fingerprints to surveillance and storage of all telephone and Internet traffic and transaction data, including bank operations.

    Mathaba Highlights Briefing

  • Last year they introduced a computerised system run by civvies-result was that even more people are off in August and its chaos

    Is There Anybody Out There? « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • … A club in south London was told by police that: “all persons entering the premises must supply verifiable identification details that are passed through a digital scanning and recording system such as Club Scan, Idvista or similar computerised system”.

    p2pnet World Headlines – May 27, 2009

  • The in-house archive had only been computerised as far back as the mid-nineties.

    The Priest

  • We're going to have a kind of computerised world in which the concept of work will change, the concept of education will change.

    Great voices of science fiction

  • The idea that “it told me to be a ….” comes from the fact that some schools do not provide a full careers education programme where use of a computerised program is integrated within classroom activity, plus crucially, advice about the results and next steps from a qualified guidance adviser.

    The write career for you « Write Anything

  • It's also worth nothing that in this constant strive for something else, it's easy to loose the purity and fun of more "pure" game play experiences, including male power fantasies and computerised D&D implementations.

    Kicking The Dog

  • They introduced self-service supermarkets in the 1950s and computerised stock-control systems.

    Great dynasties of the world: The Sainsburys

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