noun through·put \ˈthrü-ˌpt\

: the amount of material, data, etc., that enters and goes through something (such as a machine or system)

Full Definition of THROUGHPUT

:  output, production <the throughput of a computer>

Examples of THROUGHPUT

  1. The network can handle large throughputs.
  2. finding ways to increase throughput

First Known Use of THROUGHPUT

circa 1915


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