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  1. out·put
    IPA[ˈoutˌpo͝ot]
  2. noun

    • 1. the amount of something produced by a person, machine, or industry:

      efficiency can lead to higher outputs the diverse range of Liszt's output
    • 2. the action or process of producing something:

      the output of epinephrine
    • 3. the power, energy, or other results supplied by a device or system:

      the quality of the output from the printer is very good
    • 4. a place where power or information leaves a system.

    verb

    • 1. produce, deliver, or supply (data) using a computer or other device:

      you can output the image directly to a video recording system
  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: output, plural noun: outputs

    • noun

      the amount of something produced by a person, machine, or industry:

      the action or process of producing something:

    • verb

      (of a computer or other device) produce, deliver, or supply (data):
    • adjective

      relating to or for both input and output.
    • noun

      the amount by which the actual output of an economy falls short of its potential output.
    • adjective

      relating to or for both input and output.
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