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Urdu meanings of computer with examples

Computer

Sr.English WordsUrdu Words
1 COMPUTER

کمپیوٹر ۔
2 COMPUTER
Noun
کمپیوٹر ۔ کوئی بھی ایسی ڈیوائس جس میں حسبِ منشاء نتائج کی تخلیق کی صلاحیت موجود ہو ۔ اس بات سے قطع نظر کہ ان کا کام کتنا بڑا یا چھوٹا ہے ۔ کمپیوٹر اپنے افعال تین مبینہ طریقوں سے سر انجام دیتے ہیں ۔ ۱ ۔ ان پٹ ڈیٹا قبول کرنا ۔ ۲ ۔ ان پٹ کو مبینہ طریقوں پروگرامز کے مطابق پروسیس کرنا اور ۳ ۔ آئوٹ پٹ پیدا کرنا ۔
3 COMPUTER
Adjective
کمپیوٹر ۔ ایسی مشین جو ریاضیاتی تخمینے اعداد اور مقداد کی بنیاد پر مرتب کرنے کی صلاحیت رکھتی ہے ۔
4 COMPUTER FAMILY
Noun
کمپیوٹر فیملی ۔ ایک اصطلاح جو عموما کمپیوٹرز کے ایک گروپ کی نشاندہی کرتی ہے ۔ جو ایک جیسے مائیکروپرسیسرز کے سلسلے پر مبنی ہوتے ہیں اور جن میں اہم ڈیزائن فیچرز مشترکہ طور پر موجود ہوتی ہیں ۔
5 COMPUTER GRAPHICS
Noun
تصاویر اور ڈرائنگ وغیرہ جو کمپیوٹر پر نظر آتی ہیں ۔

computer

[kuh m-pyoo-ter]

noun
1.
Also called processor. an electronic device designed to accept data, perform prescribed mathematical and logical operations at high speed, and display the results of these operations.
Compare analog computer, digital computer.
2.
a person who computes; computist. 

Related forms

computerlike, adjective
noncomputer, adjective
 

Examples from the web for computer

  • File sharing was originally intended to help people move data across computer networks.
  • Actual data will only continue to match the computer models anyhow.
  • Backing up computer files is always good advice but it is especially important to those writing dissertations.
  • He communicated what he wanted to say by moving his pupils and blinking to indicate which letter to choose from a computer tablet.
  • He scanned the negatives into a computer, and sometimes digitally removed people, heightening the feeling of isolation.
  • The major hook for the new app is a wealth of computer-animated dinosaurs.
  • It would be far cheaper to do it all by computer, but that's not what our clients want.
  • Both episodes intersperse commentary from paleontologists with computer-generated restorations of the dinosaurs.
  • What it was, as the world found out yesterday, was a new touch-screen computer.
  • These were the daughters of computer programmers and people with graduate degrees.

British Dictionary definitions for computer

computer

/kəmˈpjuːtə/
noun
1.
  1. a device, usually electronic, that processes data according to a set of instructions. The digital computer stores data in discrete units and performs arithmetical and logical operations at very high speed. The analog computer has no memory and is slower than the digital computer but has a continuous rather than a discrete input. The hybrid computer combines some of the advantages of digital and analog computers See also digital computer, analog computer, hybrid computer
  2. (as modifier): computer technology, related prefix cyber-
2.
a person who computes or calculates 

Word Origin and History for computer

n. 1640s, "one who calculates," agent noun from compute (v.). Meaning "calculating machine" (of any type) is from 1897; in modern use, "programmable digital electronic computer" (1945 under this name; theoretical from 1937, as Turing machine). ENIAC (1946) usually is considered the first. Computer literacy is recorded from 1970; an attempt to establish computerate (adjective, on model of literate) in this sense in the early 1980s didn't catch on. Computerese "the jargon of programmers" is from 1960, as are computerize and computerization.
WASHINGTON (AP) -- A New York Congressman says the use of computers to record personal data on individuals, such as their credit background, "is just frightening to me." [news article, March 17, 1968]
computer in Science
computer
  (kəm-py'tər)   
A programmable machine that performs high-speed processing of numbers, as well as of text, graphics, symbols, and sound. All computers contain a central processing unit that interprets and executes instructions; input devices, such as a keyboard and a mouse, through which data and commands enter the computer; memory that enables the computer to store programs and data; and output devices, such as printers and display screens, that show the results after the computer has processed data.
The American Heritage® Science Dictionary
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computer in Culture

computer definition


An electronic device that stores and manipulates information. Unlike a calculator, it is able to store a program and retrieve information from its memory. Most computers today are digital, which means they perform operations with quantities represented electronically as digits.
computer in Technology
publication
A journal of the IEEE Computer Society.
(1995-03-10)
computer
A machine that can be programmed to manipulate symbols. Computers can perform complex and repetitive procedures quickly, precisely and reliably and can quickly store and retrieve large amounts of data.
The physical components from which a computer is constructed (electronic circuits and input/output devices) are known as "hardware". Most computers have four types of hardware component: CPU, input, output and memory. The CPU (central processing unit) executes programs ("software") which tell the computer what to do. Input and output (I/O) devices allow the computer to communicate with the user and the outside world. There are several kinds of memory - fast, expensive, short term memory (e.g. RAM) to hold intermediate results, and slower, cheaper, long-term memory (e.g. magnetic disk and magnetic tape) to hold programs and data between jobs.
See also analogue computer.
(1995-03-10)

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