Electronic

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disk
disk /dɪsk/
(n) a device for storing information on a computer
Example: Rewritable compact disks are more expensive than read-only CDs


facilitate
facilitate /fəˈsɪlɪteɪt/
(v) to make an action possible or easier
Example: The computer program facilitated the scheduling of appointments


network
network /ˈnetwɜːk/
(v, n) a number of computers and other devices that are connected together
Example: We set up a new network in my office to share files


popularity
popularity /ˌpɒpjuˈlærəti/
(n) the state of being liked by a large number of people
Example: This brand of computers is extremely popular among college students


process
process /ˈprəʊses/
(v, n) a series of something that are done in order to achieve a particular result
Example: There is a process for determining why your computer is malfunctioning


replace
replace /rɪˈpleɪs/
(v) to be used instead of something / somebody else
Example: I've replaced the hard drive that was malfunctioning


revolution
revolution /ˌrevəˈluːʃn/
(n) a great change in conditions, ways of working, beliefs, etc. ..that affects large numbers of people
Example: We see a revolution in the computer field almost every day


sharp
sharp /ʃɑːp/
sudden and rapid, especially of a change in something
Example: The new employee proved how sharp she was when she mastered the new program in a few days


skill
skill /skɪl/
(n) the ability to do something well
Example: The software developer has excellent technical skills and would be an asset to our software programming team


software
software /ˈsɒftweə(r)/
(n) the programs, etc....used to operate a computer
Example: Many computers come pre-loaded with software


store
store /stɔː(r)/
(n) a large shop that sells many different types of goods
Example: You can store more data on a zip drive


technically
technically /ˈteknɪkli/
(adv) in a way that is connected with the skills needed for a particular job
Example: Technically speaking, the virus infected only script files