definition 1: that which is put in, such as power or energy to a machine, or information or data to a computer.
example: The input is stored on the hard disk.
definition 2: information to be used in an endeavor or project.
example: Newspapers and magazines can serve as good sources of input for language learning.
definition 3: opinion, advice, or help.
example: I’d like your input on the new painting I’m working on.
example: The city sought input from the community in designing the project.
example: Input from her professor helped her revise her paper for publication.
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Collocations: Words often used in combination with the noun input (definition 3)
VERB + input: seek ~ , welcome ~ , value ~ , appreciate ~ , solicit ~ , provide ~ , require ~ , accept ~