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access to retrieve (information) from a computer. [1/5 definitions]
account an arrangement with a store or other business wherein a customer is given certain advantages or access to special services, typically in return for the customer supplying certain information and, often, permitting various forms of advertising through mail, email, or other form of communication. [1/16 definitions]
activation code a set of characters, consisting of numbers, letters, characters, or a combination of these, that is sent by a website to a user's email so that the website can verify the user's email address and comply with the user's request to begin a new service or change personal information. Once received, the user enters the code into the provided box on the website so that fulfillment of the user's request can begin.
address such information used on mailed correspondence. [1/9 definitions]
advisory a report containing information and, often, a warning. [1/3 definitions]
-ana collected items or information pertaining to (such) a subject.
answer a reply, or the information that is sought after. [1/9 definitions]
apparently judging from all available information or visible evidence; seemingly. [1/2 definitions]
archaeology the systematic and scientific study of past human life and culture using information gained from the analysis of their artifacts, such as pottery, tools, buildings, and the like.
archive (often pl.) a collection of records or information pertaining to an institution, organization, or historical figure. [1/2 definitions]
archives the body of records or information pertaining to an institution, organization, or historical figure. [1/2 definitions]
as a matter of fact actually; in fact (often used when the information that follows will be surprising to the listener or a rejection of what was said previously.)
ascertain to come to know (some information) with complete certainty, especially through a process of investigation; determine.
ASCII abbreviation of "American Standard Code for Information Interchange," originally, a standard code using numbers to represent characters used in writing English, allowing textual data to be transferred between computers. ASCII has been expanded to allow character sets from other languages to be similarly encoded.
audio a particular sound recording, often giving instructions, information, or a sample of a longer recording, made to be heard on a computer or other electronic device. [1/4 definitions]
aura a subtle luminousness believed by some to surround living things and to contain information about them. [1/2 definitions]
authoritative accepted as correct, true, or reliable as a source of information; official. [1/2 definitions]
authority a source of expert information or opinion. [1/5 definitions]
bar code a set of vertical bars of varying widths containing coded information that can be read by an optical scanner, usu. printed on the labels of consumer goods, on mail, and the like. (Cf. Universal Product Code.)
bear in mind to remember or pay attention to (some information) that is in one's mind.
be on to (informal) to have inside information about. [1/2 definitions]