Definition of module
- the subwoofer module
factories that build engines, transmissions, brakes, and other modules for cars
a memory module for storing information
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First Known Use: circa 1628See Words from the same year
: one of a set of parts that can be connected or combined to build or complete something
: a part of a computer or computer program that does a particular job
: a part of a space vehicle that can work alone
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of yeast or being unsettled or frivolous
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