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information technology

n. Abbr. IT

The development, installation, and implementation of computer systems and applications.

information technology

n

(Communications & Information) the technology of the production, storage, and communication of information using computers and microelectronics. Abbreviation: IT

informa′tion technol`ogy

n.

the development, implementation, and maintenance of computer hardware and software systems to organize and communicate information electronically.

in·for·ma·tion technology

(ĭn′fər-mā′shən)

The development, installation, and use of computer systems and applications.

ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:

Noun 1. information technology – the branch of engineering that deals with the use of computers and telecommunications to retrieve and store and transmit information

Translations

تِكنولوجيا المعلومات

informační technologie

informationsteknologi

információtechnológia

informačná technológia

informacijska tehnologija

bilişim teknolojisi

inform

(inˈfoːm) verb

1. to tell; to give knowledge to. Please inform me of your intentions in this matter; I was informed that you were
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Not that many people might know it, but a Franklin electronic dictionary is actually a helpful gadget to have especially if you want a handy dictionary with you at all times. In fact, there are countless people that use an electronic dictionary all across the world. These types of dictionaries are perfect to use for people who go out of the country on business trips. Tourists would also benefit a lot from this type of device.

Moreover, students will also find this device helpful especially if they are studying a foreign language in another country. There are also many types of dictionary that any person can choose whichever works for them best.

These dictionaries are also quite easy to use and incorporate many different functions. Some of its main functions apart from translating a foreign word would be to provide spell checks, find the meaning and synonym of any particular … Read More


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gadget

(1) Pronounced “gah-jit,” slang for any hardware device, typically small. Synonymous with “gizmo.” Smartphones, tablets and portable game and music players are sometimes placed in the gadget category. See fondleslab.

(2) A mini app that stays on screen to provide quick functionality. Search box, clock, weather, calculator and stock market gadgets are typical examples. The gadget may be static, such as a calculator, that requires input from the user, or be “live” and changing such as the weather and stock market.

Gadgets were available for Windows Vista and 7, the Google Desktop and the personal home pages of Windows Live and iGoogle. Gadgets are called “widgets” (“wih-jit”) on smartphones, tablets, the Mac desktop and other environments. See widget, Sidebar, Google Desktop and iGoogle.

Windows Gadgets
Available in Windows Vista and 7, Gadgets were dropped in Windows
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Principal Translations
gadget nnoun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc. (useful device) aparato nmnombre masculino: Sustantivo de género exclusivamente masculino, que lleva los artículos el o un en singular, y los o unos en plural. Exemplos: el televisor, un piso.
    artefacto nmnombre masculino: Sustantivo de género exclusivamente masculino, que lleva los artículos el o un en singular, y los o unos en plural. Exemplos: el televisor, un piso.
    dispositivo nmnombre masculino: Sustantivo de género exclusivamente masculino, que lleva los artículos el o un en singular, y los o unos en plural. Exemplos: el televisor, un piso.
  Rachel built a gadget that could lock and unlock her front door remotely.
  Rachel construyó un aparato que podía abrir y cerrar a distancia la puerta principal
 
Additional Translations
gadget nnoun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality,
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WATCH: Chesca Garcia on Team Kramer kids using gadgets !– — Jan Milo Severo (Philstar.com) – August 28, 2019 – 2:30pm MANILA, Philippines Actress and TV host Chesca Garcia-Kramer revealed that she allows her daughters and son to use gadgets but for a limited time.
Could excessive exposure to gadget screens, including social media, impair one’s social coping mechanisms?
Keywords: Digital devices, Portable gadgets, Radiology, Pakistan, Knowledge, Attitudes, Perceptions, Practice.
to stretch to fit The organiser is durable and will keep your gadgets protected while you’re on the move.
We know that allowing students to use their gadget during class hours will all the more add to the distractions that such gadgets are giving to users.
These car gadgets are sure to improve your driving experience and your budget.
If you can’t wait to get your hands on one, Shopee Gadget Zone is offering a great deal for the
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Examples of ‘gadget’ in a sentence

gadget


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These gadgets used to be
seen only in
designer
kitchens, but are now included in less
expensive ones too.

Times, Sunday Times (2016)

DO YOU have a small gadget that you use to make
online
banking
payments?

Times, Sunday Times (2016)


Merseyside cops are the first to use the gadget.

The Sun (2010)

There are
myriad gadgets and
technology
software
available to
spy on
partners.

Times, Sunday Times (2007)


Splash out on either and your gadget machine could end up an
obsolete
anachronism.

Times, Sunday Times (2007)

There is no other kitchen gadget to
quite
match it.

Times, Sunday Times (2010)

What kitchen gadget would you
recommend?

The Sun (2013)

The
tendency for gadgets to become

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Examples of ‘technology’ in a sentence

technology


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We have the knowledge and the technology.

Times, Sunday Times (2016)

The
manufacturer
said it did not
comment on
future technology in its vehicles.

Times, Sunday Times (2016)

He
also
wants to
embrace new technology such
voice
recognition.

Times, Sunday Times (2017)

It
runs a
series of
awards and
scholarships
programmes that
attempt to
encourage
young people to
pursue science and technology
subjects.

Computing (2010)

The
rooms are super-cool and
stuffed with
modern furnishings and technology.

The Sun (2016)

It is very
time-consuming to
format
medieval
data for
processing with modern technologies.

Smithsonian Mag (2017)

There
will also be more
funding for those
running high quality apprenticeship
schemes involving science, technology and
engineering.

Times, Sunday Times (2016

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Technology is almost magical, and ambition for a better life is now universal.
“I had made up my mind to he an engineer, and I went over to the Boston Institute of Technology.”
They are, as described by one expert, “interchangeable with the technology used for pointing warheads to precise points on the ground” (as quoted in The China Threat, by Bill Gertz, published in 2000).
The increased use of technology in the classroom since the 1980s involves both technology instruction and integration at all levels of education.
Taking a seemingly structured approach to technology acquisition, a senior management team is established to develop new business practices and rules required to implement the technology.
In the U.S., diesel technology has always faced challenges because of strict emissions laws.
From the S & T community, one often hears, “The acquisition guys never transition our technology!” From the acquisition
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gadg·et

(găj′ĭt)

n.

A small specialized mechanical or electronic device; a contrivance.


[Perhaps originally 19th century glassblowers’ jargon gadget, spring-pressure clip at the end of a punty to hold the foot of a glass being blown without creating a mark, probably from French gâchette, pawl, tumbler in a gunlock, strike plate : gâche, strike plate, collar or bracket for a pipe (from Middle French gasche, strike plate, iron hook, from Old French, calk of a shoe or horseshoe, from Frankish *gaspia, buckle, clasp; akin to Middle Dutch gespe, probably (with metathesis) from Germanic *gapsō, *gipsō; akin to Old Norse geispa, to yawn, and gapa, to gape) + -ette, diminutive suffix (from Middle French, from Old French; see -ette).]

gadg′et·y adj.

gadget

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