Definition of input
- increased input of fertilizer increases crop yield
- sensory input
I need your input on what to have for dinner.
She provided some valuable input at the start of the project.
The computer gets its input from a keyboard or mouse.
This VCR has several audio inputs.
The job will require a considerable input of money.
The data is ready for input into a computer.
She inputted the sales figures into the spreadsheet.
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: to enter (information) into a computer
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