device

  1. an instrumentality invented for a particular purpose
  2. something in an artistic work designed to achieve a particular effect
  3. any clever (deceptive) maneuver
  4. any ornamental pattern or design (as in embroidery)
  5. an emblematic design (especially in heraldry)

device

A component of the system's hardware configuration, such as a modem, printer, mouse, sound card, or disk drive.

Device

is an emblem or design, usually on the fly.

Device

Pattern or emblem used in the design of a coin.
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Device

The USS Device was an American Admirable Class minesweeper of 625 tons displacement launched in 1944. The USS Device was powered by diesel engines providing a top speed of 14.5 knots and carried a complement of 104. She was armed with one 3 inch dual-purpose gun and four 40 mm anti-aircraft guns.
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Device

Principal design element.
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Device

Pattern or emblem used in the design of a coin.
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device

A major design element, e.g. the bust of a person or a ship on the high seas.
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device

The principal element, such as a portrait, shield or heraldic emblem, of the design on the obverse and reverse of a coin, token or medal.
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device

[Noun] Something made or changed for a purpose. A plan or way to do something.
Example: The engineer had designed a new safety device to be fitted in trains.
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Device


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device

[n] - something in an artistic work designed to achieve a particular effect 2. [n] - any ornamental pattern or design (as in embroidery) 3. [n] - an emblematic design (especially in heraldry) 4. [n] - an instrumentality invented for a particular purpose 5. [n] - any clever (deceptive) maneuver
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Device

A single physical component (e.g. an IC, Resistor, Coil) or an assemblage Treated as a single element (e.g. a Hybrid, Power supply module)
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Device

this is the technical term for any information storage medium (e.g. floppy or hard drive) or transmission system (e.g. network, modem or printer) that can be accessed through the computer - each currently available device is represented by an icon at the lefthand side of the iconbar
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device

Any peripheral or part of a computer system that can send or receive data.
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Device

All the drives in your Amiga are devices, eg CD drive, disk drive or hard drive. These are referred to under names such as DF0: (internal disk drive), CD0: (CD drive) etc.
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Device

De·vice' noun [ Middle English devis , devise , will, intention, opinion, invention, from French devis architect's plan and estimates (in Old French , division, plan, wish), devise device (in sense 3), in Old French also, division, wish, last will, from deviser . See...
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device

1. That which is devised, or formed by design; a contrivance; an invention; a project; a scheme; often, a scheme to deceive; a stratagem; an artifice. 'His device in against Babylon, to destroy it.' (Jer. Li. 11) 'Their recent device of demanding benevolences.' (Hallam) 'He disappointeth the devices of the crafty.' (Job v. 12) ... 2. Power of devis...
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device

gimmick noun any clever maneuver; `he would stoop to any device to win a point`; `it was a great sales gimmick`; `a cheap promotions gimmick for greedy businessmen`
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device

(dә-vīs´) something contrived for a specific purpose; usually a simple mechanical apparatus. assisting devices , assistive devices tools and implements that aid a person with a disability in carrying out mobility or activities of daily living. le...
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Device

• (n.) Anything fancifully conceived. • (n.) Opinion; decision. • (n.) That which is devised, or formed by design; a contrivance; an invention; a project; a scheme; often, a scheme to deceive; a stratagem; an artifice. • (n.) Improperly, an heraldic bearing. • (n.) An emblematic design, generally consisting of one or more f...
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device

material element or assembly of such elements intended to perform a required function NOTE - A device may form part of a larger device.
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device

Type: Term Pronunciation: dē-vīs′ Definitions: 1. An appliance, usually mechanical, designed to perform a specific function, such as prosthesis or orthesis.
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device

Conventional technique in literature and in rhetoric, employed by the author or speaker to influence a reader's thoughts, feelings or understanding, and to allude to previous instances which have used this technique. For example, in tragicomedy, an actor might portray a death scene which recalls the elaborate death scenes of tragedy, but is don...
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device

An object that has a specific use. In medicine, wheelchairs, pumps, and artificial limbs are examples of devices.
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