computer / kəmˈpyu tər /


computer 的定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. a programmable electronic device designed to accept data, perform prescribed mathematical and logical operations at high speed, and display the results of these operations. Mainframes, desktop and laptop computers, tablets, and smartphones are some of the different types of computers.Compare analog computer, digital computer.
  2. a person who computes; computist.

computer 近义词

n. 名词 noun

calculating, data processing machine


  1. After studying computer models of natural water flow — both saltwater and fresh — they begin a massive restoration project.
  2. The device, in turn, can convert the handwritten text into more standard computer fonts.
  3. A form of quantum teleportation will take place inside through the strange quantum mechanical properties of “superposition” and “entanglement” that make quantum computers hum—even if this device won’t zap my own body’s molecules to another planet.
  4. These missions have delivered life-saving drugs, sparked the computer and internet revolutions, and put humans on the moon.
  5. Younger kids may be making a big jump from mobile devices to traditional laptops or desktop computers, too, which might make them feel a bit lost.
  6. In this war, the targeting is often happening on computer monitors thousands of miles away, capturing images from drones.
  7. The resources were what you might expect: Dining room, a media center, a library, a TV room, a meeting room, a computer room.
  8. Just a few short years ago, I sat down at my computer, and I typed out a similar goodbye letter.
  9. Turn off the TV, put down your phone, and log off the computer.
  10. He grew up both a computer geek in the early days of video games and an avid record collector.
  11. Somebody else led the way to a storeroom, tossed its contents into the hall, and festooned it with used computer tape.
  12. The gears on the mechanical computer were really sharp and precise; they looked like you could cut yourself on them.
  13. I want all of you to understand that the machine you will have to take care of is not just an ordinary computer.
  14. Most people, if told that a man had said one thing, and that a computer had given a different answer, would rely on the computer.
  15. It is further distinguished by the use of the zero, which enabled the computer to dispense with the columns of the Abacus.