- information in a form suitable for transmission from internal to external units of a computer, or to an outside medium.
- the process of transferring data from internal storage to an external medium, as paper or microfilm.
verb (used with or without object), out·put·ted or out·put, out·put·ting.
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Examples from the Web for output
World GDP (including North Pole toyshop gross output) is $84.97 trillion.
Eventually, their output is worth five times that much to those who transport it globally.
Of course, the output of this cinematic tradition has been mostly male-dominated.
But a recently purchased automated bottling line has increased their output to sixty cases per hour.House of the Witch: The Renegade Craft Brewers of Panama|Jeff Campagna|November 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The output of CO2 by industrialization and other human activities—also rising, also measured.
There are a great many other expenses that are not directly in proportion to output, and these follow the same rule.
This assumes a loss of output of 15 per cent as compared with the estimate of 30 per cent quoted above.The Economic Consequences of the Peace|John Maynard Keynes
And this would but represent the output for a single day of only one of the great Bible circulating mediums of this country!The Quiver, 2/1900|Various
And, in all departments of the factory, the output of work is constant and well ordered.The Aeroplane|Claude Grahame-White and Harry Harper
Although it did not cry "Excelsior," its output of vocables might have been mistaken, by a casual ear, for that clarion call.Average Jones|Samuel Hopkins Adams
- the power, voltage, or current delivered by a circuit or component
- the point at which the signal is delivered
- the information produced by a computer
- the operations and devices involved in producing this informationSee also input/output