noun, plural si·los.
verb (used with object), si·loed, si·lo·ing.
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Origin of silo
Example sentences from the Web for silo
It’s a big reason why we are stuck in this mess, and it’s why OZY strives to get you out of your silo each day to see more.
They’re both part of a public-private fire science working group called Pyregence that’s converting a grain silo into a furnace to see how large logs, like the fallen timber on Big Creek, spread fire.What the complex math of fire modeling tells us about the future of California’s forests|Amy Nordrum|January 18, 2021|MIT Technology Review
Maybe because it wasn’t discovered until the 1970s, when bulldozers building grain silos unearthed the houses.
EU lawmakers have also expressed skepticism over initial concessions offered by Google which suggested storing Fitbit data in a silo that it said would be kept separate from other Google data.Europe urged to block Google-Fitbit ahead of major digital policy overhaul|Natasha Lomas|December 11, 2020|TechCrunch
MuleSoft gave Salesforce access to something it didn’t have as an enterprise SaaS company — data locked in silos across the company, even in on-prem applications.As Slack acquisition rumors swirl, a look at Salesforce’s six biggest deals|Ron Miller|November 30, 2020|TechCrunch