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  1. Computers. (of a record, configuration, value, etc.) written to permanent storage by the scripted process that created it, so that it continues to exist in the same state after the script has finished running: Removal of the file results in a loss of all persisted settings at the next server startup.

  1. the simple past tense and past participle of persist.

Origin of persisted

First recorded in 1995–2000, for the adjective; persist + -ed2 for the adjective; persist + -ed1 for the verb

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