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corpus a compilation of written or spoken texts in electronic format analyzed as linguistic data in order to learn about word meaning and usage, word frequency, and language patterns. [1/4 definitions]
digital versatile disc an optical storage format for digital data, resembling a CD but with greater storage capacity; digital video disc. (abbr. DVD)
digital video disc an optical storage format for digital data, or the physical disc that the data is stored on, resembling a CD but with greater storage capacity, [1/2 definitions]
filename extension in computing, the final part of a filename, consisting of one or more letters after a dot, which indicates the format of the file data.
gatefold in a book or magazine, an oversize page folded to fit the format and so bound that it can be opened out for viewing.
highlight in computing, to apply a format to (electronic text) that gives an appearance similar to highlighted printed text. The purpose of computer highlighting is to allow certain operations, especially the deletion of sections of text or the movement of text from one place to another. [1/6 definitions]
IP in computing, an abbreviation for Internet protocol, one of the main Internet communications protocols, which specifies the format of transmitted data and routing information.
JPEG abbreviation of "Joint Photographic Experts Group," used to denote the cross-platform image file format based on this committee's image compression algorithm, or such a file itself, and, shortened to jpg, used as the filename extension for files in this format.
MP3 abbreviation of "Moving Pictures Expert Group, Audio Layer 3," an audio file format that compresses sound data, esp. music, for easy transfer over the internet, while providing high-quality playback sound. [2/3 definitions]
PDF abbreviation of "portable document format," a file format (invented by Adobe Systems, Inc.) that represents documents created in a variety of word processing and desktop publishing programs as they were intended to appear, independently of the platform or hardware with which they are created or read.
plain text data consisting only of text encoded in ASCII, hence as characters and spaces with no options for how they appear, making it a highly portable, compact file format.
portable document format a file format (invented by Adobe Systems, Inc.) that represents documents created in a variety of word processing and desktop publishing programs as they were intended to appear, independently of the platform or hardware with which they are created or read.
preformat combined form of format.
reformat combined form of format.
rewrite to write (news received from a reporter) in an appropriate format for publishing. [1/4 definitions]