Origin of peripheral
OTHER WORDS FROM peripheralpe·riph·er·al·ly, adverbun·pe·riph·er·al, adjectiveun·pe·riph·er·al·ly, adverb
How to use peripheral in a sentence
It will allow developers to build their own peripherals for Android phones.
And if that hadn't created a dependent-enough user base, the company's Apple-only peripherals policy made them even more so.
While the reliability record of the central processors has been excellent, that of many of the peripherals has not.
Software developed by a computer manufacturer usually takes advantage of the peculiarities of his own peripherals.
British Dictionary definitions for peripheral
Derived forms of peripheralperipherally, adverb
Scientific definitions for peripheral
Cultural definitions for peripheral
Any part that is separate from a computer's CPU, such as a printer, a keyboard, or a monitor.