input

[ in-poo t ]SEE DEFINITION OF input

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INPUT

The efficiency of the boiler is the output divided by the input.

For this transmitting set you need a transformer that has an input of 325 volts.

You remember that an offer was made you of your input and interest, and you declined?

There was a sharp fall-off on both sides of the input so direction could be precisely determined.

He had been sitting there waiting for that green line to move a full minute after the input signal had ceased.

A circular relation corresponded to the reduced scale of the incipient species: no growth, input and output in balance.

At times, they appear so esoteric to us that we cannot even fathom what the input of this machine is and what the output.

At the particular level at which we input our mediating performance, we are in almost total control of our own efficiency.

It is sometimes called a “feed-back” circuit because part of the output of the audion is fed back into its input side.

We sometimes speak of the C-circuit as the “input” circuit and the B-circuit as the “output” circuit of the tube.

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