from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun Presentation of data, usually in digital form, from calculations or storage.
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- noun The
presentationof numerical dataon any of many types of display
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- noun the output of a computer in readable form
- noun the information displayed or recorded on an electronic device
- noun an electronic device the displays information is a visual form
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Also, the radio readout is canted so far toward the driver that a front-seat passenger has difficulty seeing it to tune the radio.
Rather, an indirect assay was employed to test the expression readout of a single human genetic fragment and compare it with the chimp version.
Some have called the readout addictive, others find it distracting.
The front panel also features a green LCD readout, which is quite easy to discern from across a room.
But two notable stakeholders were absent, and President Obama's team took care to address this by issuing a "readout" of phone conversations between himself and France's President Nicolas Sarkozy and Saudi King Abdullah.
She also says that there will not any kind of readout or photo release.
QUIJANO: Now as for the ceremony itself, it's likely we are not going to get any kind of readout until tomorrow.
QUESTION: Can you tell us anything more about the Greenspan meeting, you know, what the president wanted to do there, and any kind of readout on what happened?
Q Jim, can you offer any kind of readout on the reaction of the other leaders to the proposal that President Putin talked to the President about?
Q Will we be getting any kind of readout after the Arafat meeting with the President?