From King Dictionary of Contemporary Englishoutputout‧put1 /ˈaʊtpʊt/ ●●○ W3 AWL noun [countable, uncountable] 1 TIFBBthe amount of goods or work produced by a person, machine, factory etcproduction Output is up 30% on last year.manufacturing/industrial/agricultural etc output Korea’s agricultural outputoutput of the world’s output of carbon dioxide2 TDthe information produced by a computer OPP input3 technicalTPE the amount of electricity produced by a generator
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outputThese results did not differ when acid output was expressed as mmol/h/kg lean body mass or mmol/h/kg fat free body weight.You should also establish the patient's usual pattern of fluid intake and output by tactful questioning.Ford plans to increase its car output next year.Combined output during the next few years is projected to skyrocket to more than 500,000 barrels daily.Gold miners hedge to lock in a price for their future output.What about the question of output?The Hewlett-Packard guide to quality output.The government also considered the drop in drilling costs -- and rising output from the average gas discovery.There has been a huge increase in the output of children's books.It regulated the output but not the power of a millstone.In manufacturing alone, smaller firms account for one in three jobs and a quarter of the total output.manufacturing/industrial/agricultural etc outputThe errors are all very large, but they are largest for investment, exports and imports, and manufacturing output.Overall, industrial electricity sales grew twice as fast as industrial output.They want to condemn industrial output.Rural areas supplied not only agricultural products but also a considerable proportion of manufacturing output.So labour's share in the value of manufacturing output rose from 72 percent in 1960 to 80 percent in 1964.Mr Lamont received an eve of Budget boost from better than expected figures on manufacturing output.As a result of controls and the land reforms which the government carried out, agricultural output slumped.Four years of free-market reforms and strong agricultural output are cracking open the mammoth market for everything from toiletries to television sets.
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outputoutput2 AWL verb (past tense and past participle output, present participle outputting) [transitive] TDif a computer outputs information, it produces it
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outputVirtually any publication other than a fine art title or a typographically critical one could be happily output at 1,000dpi.Vibration and pressure devices can be used to output information to the wearer.
From King Business Dictionaryoutputout‧put1 /ˈaʊtpʊt/ noun1[countable, uncountable]ECONOMICSMANUFACTURING the amount of goods or services produced by a person, machine, factory, company etcSYNOUTTURNThe plant has an annual output of around three million metric tons of steel.The outputs of the production system need to be accounted for, invoiced and delivered to the customer. net output2[uncountable]ECONOMICS the total amount of goods and services produced in the economy or a part of the economy during a particular period of timeGlobal economic output grew by 3.1% last year.Farmers could suffer from declining commodity prices as world agricultural output rises.Manufacturing output in Scotland has risen.3[uncountable]COMPUTING the information produced by a computer, either on screen or printed out on paperhigh quality text outputoutputoutput2 verb (past tense and past participle output, present participle outputting) [transitive] COMPUTING if a computer outputs information, it produces itThe computer can output the data in various ways.→ See Verb table