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Output

Meanings and phrases

output

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n.
  1. final product; the things produced; end product
  2. production of a certain amount; yield
  3. signal that comes out of an electronic system; output signal
  4. the quantity of something (as a commodity) that is created (usually within a given period of time); yield; production
  5. what is produced in a given time period; outturn; turnout

output

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
v.
  1. to create or manufacture a specific amount

cardiac output

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the amount of blood pumped out by the ventricles in a given period of time
E.g.
  • pertaining to the womb), for raising blood pressure and increasing cardiac output.
  • Ultimately, digitalis increases cardiac output (Cardiac Output=Stroke Volume x Heart Rate).
  • Pulseless electrical activity leads to a loss of cardiac output, and the blood supply to the brain is interrupted.

output contract

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n.
  1. a contract in which you promise to deliver your entire output to the other party who promises to accept it

output device

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n.
  1. electronic or electromechanical equipment connected to a computer and used to transfer data out of the computer in the form of text, images, sounds, or other media

output file

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n.
  1. (computer science) a computer file that contains data that are the output of a device or program

output program

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n.
  1. a utility program that organizes the output of a computer

output routine

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n.
  1. a routine that controls an output device

output signal

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n.
  1. signal that comes out of an electronic system; output
E.g.
  • If an amplifier's gain is not linear, the output signal can become distorted.
  • That is, they provide constant gain for any normal input level and output signal.
  • An ideal multiplicative mixer produces an output signal equal to the product of the two input signals.

power output

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E.g.
  • The power output of the turbo version increased to .
  • The continuous power output was 590 hp (434 kW).
  • Maximum power output was maintained at at 7,800 rpm.

input and output

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E.g.
  • Each Data store must have input and output flow.
  • For input and output interrupts, almost any solution works.
  • Punched cards were used for input and output on the IBM 650.

output voltage

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E.g.
  • Depending on the output voltage, the gain of the circuit varied from 1:1 to 1:10.
  • A bootstrap capacitor is connected from the supply rail (V+) to the output voltage.
  • Op amps scale the output voltage so that it is usable with the rest of the computer.

output power

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E.g.
  • It operates at 936 kHz, with a transmitter output power of 50 kW.
  • The output power handled by each of the 4-channels is 24W and the subwoofer is 60W.
  • The amount of excitation power ranges between 0.5-3% of the generator output power.

total output

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E.g.
  • The total output was 1008 pages, not counting any specials.
  • Eusebius' own surviving works probably only represent a small portion of his total output.
  • The total output from some 300 firms (that is, 30-40 at any one time) exceeded 25,000 ships.

agricultural output

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E.g.
  • Livestock products are the main element of the UK's agricultural output.
  • Other components of its agricultural output include rice, corn, citrus, and other fruits.
  • Armenia's agricultural output dropped by 17.9 percent in the period of January–September 2010.

industrial output

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E.g.
  • Its industrial output amounts to 80% of the national income.
  • Terran planets on their own can produce industrial output (IO).
  • German industrial output dropped to 3.6% in September vis-à-vis August.

maximum output

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E.g.
  • Both jet engine models had a maximum output of of thrust.
  • The maximum output of the spillway is 170,000 cubic feet per second.
  • Motors are three-phase AC induction type, model MLR109, with a maximum output of 140 kW.

economic output

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E.g.
  • Trade plays a major role in Croatian economic output.
  • Labor's share of the economic output began to decline.
  • Informally, a national recession is a period of declining economic output.

literary output

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E.g.
  • Tytler is most noted for his literary output.
  • Both his education and literary output were broad and varied.
  • Also, he reacted to his 1911 bankruptcy by increasing his literary output.

energy output

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E.g.
  • Albedo can affect the electrical energy output of solar photovoltaic devices.
  • When referring to total energy output, the proper term is bolometric magnitude.
  • Wind turbine design is a careful balance of cost, energy output, and fatigue life.

annual output

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E.g.
  • The plant is rated at and has an average annual output of .
  • In 1971–2 the annual output of the station was 305.385 GWh.
  • Since 2000 the average annual output has been around annually.

maximum power output

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E.g.
  • The maximum power output was at 4300 rpm.
  • Even the maximum power output of class1 is a lower level than the lowest-powered mobile phones.
  • This allowed for a maximum power output of , which was limited to 700 hp during the race for longevity.

musical output

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E.g.
  • This was a prolific year for Nie Er in terms of musical output.
  • His musical output also includes a string quartet among other works.
  • In addition to his musical output, Kelly is a historian of the modern Middle East.

output shaft

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E.g.
  • They were all rotative beam engines, with a flywheel and rotating output shaft.
  • Due to the output shaft being offset to the right the half-shafts were of unequal lengths.
  • Torque is the force being exerted on a theoretical lever connected to the output shaft of an engine.

video output

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E.g.
  • It has HDMI out as the only video output source.
  • A mini-HDMI port is included for video output.
  • In this case, we also get video output with a constant bitrate (CBR).

high output

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E.g.
  • A high output version of the DOHC was offered as well.
  • Most Saab cars with high output turbos use exhaust valves made of Nimonic 80A as well.
  • In order to achieve high output, it was necessary to compromise on the quality of the wares.

light output

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E.g.
  • Metal atoms produce most of the light output.
  • The light output remains almost constant throughout their life.
  • They require a warm-up period of several minutes to reach full light output.

creative output

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E.g.
  • However, the list was not confined to creative output.
  • The popularity of Rodin's most famous sculptures tends to obscure his total creative output.
  • Thoppil Bhasi was prolific in terms of his creative output during his active years in theatre and movies.
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