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capacity maximum electrical output. [1/6 definitions]
cascade a series of electrical components arranged so that the output of one serves as the input to the next. [1/5 definitions]
diminishing returns a proposition in economics that when the amount of one factor of production, such as labor, is increased past a certain point while the amounts of other factors, such as land or capital, are held constant, additional output will increase only at a progressively lower and lower rate.
factory farming a strictly controlled system of livestock farming in which animals are confined indoors under high density conditions to reduce costs and increase output.
fecund capable of producing abundant creative or intellectual output; productive or creative. [1/2 definitions]
feedback in electronics, the return of part of the output of a device or system to the input, so as to reinforce or modify the input. [2/6 definitions]
format in computers, the arrangement of data for input or output. [1/5 definitions]
fracking the injection into an oil or natural gas well of large amounts of pressurized water containing sand and chemicals, which fractures the surrounding rock, creating fissures through which oil or gas flows into the well, thus increasing its output; hydraulic fracturing.
load the output of an electric generating plant. [1/14 definitions]
mechanical advantage the ratio of the output force exerted by a mechanism to the input force applied to it, used to rate the performance of a machine.
monaural of or pertaining to a sound-reproducing system that produces a single channel of output; monophonic. (Cf. stereophonic.)
monophonic of or pertaining to a sound-reproducing system with output on only a single channel; monaural. [1/2 definitions]
operating system in computing, the software that controls and manages all aspects of a computer's operation, including the execution of application programs; the functioning of computer hardware; data input and output; the timing of and allocation of resources to the execution of multiple, simultaneous tasks; the physical storage and location of data; and computer security. Users interact with the operating system though a graphical user interface.
print-out printed output from a computer or teletypewriter.
turnout the number of items produced; output. [1/4 definitions]