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compulsory required or obligatory. [2 definitions]
compunction uneasiness about the propriety or suitability of an action; qualm. [2 definitions]
computation the act of computing. [3 definitions]
compute to calculate by mathematical operations. [5 definitions]
computer an electronic device used to store, sort, correlate, and make calculations on data at high speeds. [2 definitions]
computer-enhanced of, involving, or pertaining to the use of a computer to improve an image, video, design, or process.
computerese the specialized vocabulary used in computer technology; computer jargon.
computer graphics images produced with computer technology, or the technology itself. [2 definitions]
computerize to process or store (information) in an electronic computer. [4 definitions]
computer lab a room providing access to numerous computers, typically found in a school, library, government institution, or private company. Use of a computer lab is free in public institutions and also in private institutions when one has authorization.
computer language a system of words and symbols used to program a computer; code.
computerless combined form of computer.
computer science the science and study of computers, including how they are made and how they work.
computer virus a code inserted into a host program that can attach itself to and seriously damage other programs, including a computer's system.
computer worm a computer program that can propagate, by itself, from host to host, often causing loss of memory space and sometimes minor harm to a system.
computing the use and operation of computers. [2 definitions]
comrade a close friend who shares one's chief interests. [2 definitions]
comrade in arms a fellow soldier.
comradery variant of camaraderie.
comradeship friendship based on shared or group activities or interests.
comte (French) a nobleman; count.