plural noun Informal.
Origin of specs
verb (used with object), spec'd or specked or specced, spec'·ing or speck·ing or spec·cing.
Origin of spec
Related Words for specspurchase, financing, transaction, finance, grant, money, loan, stake, property, expenditure, asset, venture, contribution, expense, blueprint, stipulation, spec, plunge, deal, undertaking
Examples from the Web for specs
Contemporary Examples of specs
An iPhone by itself is a cool phone, though by no means ahead of all other phones in terms of specs.Can Microsoft Come Back? Dan Lyons’s Month Without Apple and Google
April 9, 2012
In terms of specs, the iPhone 4S is pretty much on par with the best Android-based smartphones.Apple's Smart to Play It Safe
October 5, 2011
Historical Examples of specs
And if one of you will just hand me my specs, I'll look over them with you and tell you all about them.Nan Sherwood at Palm Beach
Annie Roe Carr
He come down the car to the young woman, 'nd looked at her over his specs.Second Book of Tales
Elsie "Specs" was one of the two; the other was known to the street simply as Mame.Children of the Tenements
Jacob A. Riis
The Doctor looked at him over his specs, with a broad grin on his countenance.Twenty Years of Hus'ling
J. P. Johnston
Then Aunt Tilly looked up and her specs were all blurry and wet.Back Home
Irvin S. Cobb
pl n informal
Word Origin for spec
short for specification, 1956. Related: Specs.
see on spec.