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- n. The information, usually a measurement, displayed on a graduated scale.
- n. the information output from a computer in a readable form.
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- n. the output of a computer in readable form
- n. an electronic device the displays information is a visual form
- n. the information displayed or recorded on an electronic device
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For a long time, bubble chambers were used for this purpose, but as electronics improved during the 1960s, there was a desire for detectors with fast electronic read-out.
The new online atlas is considered significant because it combines several reliable imaging techniques into one three-dimensional interactive archive that accurately maps overall anatomy, nerve structure, cell features and a comprehensive read-out of gene activity.
Then objectively review what you have eaten since the last weigh-in, making connections when you can between your nutritional intake and the digital read-out.
There was no read-out of the conversation, although it's hard to imagine Kaine's consideration of a Virginia Senate candidacy didn't come up.
As I monstered past ambling Alfas and moseying Mazdas, I noticed the handy dashboard read-out was 200mpg.
Through its simple structure and ingenious function, the CCD enables very efficient and sensitive recording, storage and read-out of high-resolution images in electronic form.
Did Ms. Liberto attach electrodes to the president's head that gave a read-out on her computer of his actual thoughts?
Look around your bedroom: the alarm clock read-out that glows in bright red; the charging indicator on your cell phone or PDA, the monitor on your computer, the battery indicator on the cordless phone or answering machine, the DVD clock and timer.
British officials, who say that handing over a detailed read-out of Britain's autumn pre-budget report should keep the commission happy, point to three key elements in the 11th part of the conclusions:
Phones don't usually provide a read-out of current data usage, and customers aren't used to keeping track of how many emails they are sending or how often they surf the mobile Web and watch videos.