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Noun: input  'in,pût
  1. Signal going into an electronic system
    - input signal
  2. A statement that expresses a personal opinion, belief or adds information
    "we would appreciate input from our users on how we can improve our software";
    - remark, comment
  3. Any stimulating information or event; acts to arouse action
    - stimulation, stimulus, stimulant
  4. A component of production; something that goes into the production of output
Verb: input (input,inputting, also inputted)  'in,pût
  1. (computing) enter (data or a program) into a computer

Derived forms: inputted, inputting, input, inputs

Type of: component, constituent, element, enter, infix, information, insert, introduce, sign, signal, signaling [N. Amer], signalling [Brit, Cdn], statement

Encyclopedia: Input