COLD (Computer Output To Laserdisc)

COLD (Computer Output To Laserdisc)

Replacement system for microchips. COLD systems offer savings as a media replacement when fast or frequent access to records is required. A typical 12" optical disc contains approximately 1.4 million 8.5" x 11" pages of information, which is equivalent to 7,000 master cards.

Literal Meanings of COLD (Computer Output To Laserdisc)

COLD:

Meanings of COLD:
  1. Outside or at a low or relatively low temperature, especially in comparison with the human body.

  2. Lack of affection or warmth due to lack of feeling.

  3. (by the smell or the trail of a persecuted person or animal) is no longer new and easy to trace.

  4. Without preparation and rehearsals.

  5. Cold weather at low cold ambient temperature.

  6. A common infection that causes inflammation of the lining of the nose and throat, usually leading to a runny nose, sneezing and sore throat.

  7. Totally complete.

Sentences of COLD
  1. Ice day.

  2. How cold and calculating he was.

  3. The track is cold.

  4. They participated in the cold test.

  5. My teeth chattered from the cold.

  6. Susie has a cold.

  7. We stopped just after the stairs turned around.

Synonyms of COLD

glacial, brass monkeys, arctic, snowy, remote, chilly, stiff, offish, lukewarm, disdainful, sharp, impersonal, forbidding, Siberian, polar, passionless, haughty, austere, nippy, Baltic, raw, freezing, hyperborean, wintry, reserved, frosty, dispassionate, inhospitable, uncommunicative, unsympathetic, chill, cold-blooded, icy, parky, supercilious, frigid, gelid, aloof, indifferent, icy-cold, stony, withdrawn, stony-hearted, unwelcoming, cold-hearted, crisp, boreal, unemotional, hiemal, formal, unresponsive, stand-offish, piercing, brumal, hibernal, cool, numbing, wooden, biting, bitter, unfriendly, distant, bitterly cold, unfeeling

Computer:

Meanings of Computer:
  1. An electronic device for storing and processing data, usually in binary form, according to instructions given to it in a program variable.

Output:

Meanings of Output:
  1. The amount of something produced by a person, machine, or industry.

  2. The act or process of producing something.

  3. Power, energy, or other output provided by a device or system.

  4. The place where energy or information leaves the system.

  5. The production, delivery or making available of (data) using a computer or other device.

Sentences of Output
  1. Variety of creativity from Liszt.

  2. Industrial production volume increased by 3% in the third quarter compared to the same last year.

  3. Between 1995 and 2001, industrial production doubled and employment increased from less than 100,000 to 180,000.

  4. The desire to increase the volume of output or production while reducing effort or risk has been the theme of our military's development since the beginning.

  5. For example, the total sales of computer manufacturers are not necessarily indicative of production efficiency or labor productivity.

  6. Irish agriculture is forced to export 80% of all its produce, including a significant portion of our produce, to countries outside the European Union.

  7. The industrial production index fell by 0.26% in the second quarter compared to the previous three months.

  8. In the first half of the year, the city's domestic product grew by 15% and industrial production by 22.5%.

  9. The catchment area's agricultural output represents 41 percent of the national output of rural industry.

  10. All religious productions, a significant number of radio plays and network coverage are also produced in Manchester and the BBC has an orchestra there.

  11. Overall, three-month total industrial production volume increased 0.5% from the previous quarter.

  12. One of the few sectors not seeing a production decline is the auto industry, which increased production by 2.4% in May.

  13. By 1945, industrial production in South had nearly doubled, with most of the growth coming from mining, steel and textiles.

  14. For small business owners, this means that fewer workers will be needed in the future to produce the same output.

  15. Copper production at the mine is expected to increase by more than 50% from current levels.

  16. This means getting the same amount of output for less, but it means finding ways to instill confidence in the future so businesses and individuals can spend money.

  17. However, judging by the volume of its production, one could assume this.

  18. With about 600 films a year, the industry organizes production by stars and genres.

  19. In 1945, half of the world's industrial production was produced here.

  20. It's like a natural cycle that happens every summer with good creative results.

  21. From France, however, he continued his creative activity, writing not only novels, but also essays and plays.

Synonyms of Output

out-turn, yield, achievement, harvest, quantity produced, solutions, return, volume, accomplishment, amount produced, product

To:

Meanings of To:
  1. Expression of movement to (a specific place).

  2. As a general rule, express the position relative to a given reference point.

  3. Printing of the reached point at the end of the range or after a specified time.

  4. (mention the tense) before (the present tense).

  5. To approach or reach (a particular state).

  6. An expression of the result of a process or action.

  7. Identify a phrase that expresses a person's reaction to something.

  8. Identify the person or thing being discussed.

  9. Identification of the recipient or intended recipient of something.

  10. Define a specific relationship between one person and another.

  11. In various expressions that indicate how something is related to something else (often followed by a noun without a modifier).

  12. Indicates the efficiency of something, e.g. B. the distance traveled in exchange for the fuel consumed or the exchange rate that can be obtained from one currency to another.

  13. Specifies the power (degree) by which the number is raised.

  14. Indicates that two things coincide.

  15. Concerning or capable of troubling (something, especially something abstract).

  16. It is used to introduce the second element into the equation.

  17. It is used with the basic form of a verb to indicate that the verb is in the infinitive.

  18. Express purpose or intention.

  19. An expression of a result, outcome, or consequence.

  20. Please provide a reason.

  21. Specify the desired or recommended action.

  22. Indicates a known, suspected, or reported statement about a particular person or matter.

  23. The education of the future with reference to the near future.

  24. After a noun that indicates the function or purpose.

  25. After a sentence with a serial number.

  26. It is used without the following verb when the omitted verb is clearly understood.

  27. To be closed or nearly closed.

Sentences of To
  1. My first visit to .

  2. He even fell to the ground when a huge truck hit him.

  3. They commissioned GAD Architecture, a Turkey-based practice that has since moved to New York.

  4. Emlyn ran out of the hotel and headed for Bristol station.

  5. Josef, a successful lawyer, rushed from job to job every day.

  6. Last Tuesday I was at the board meeting.

  7. Every week his mother had to take him to the hospital.

Synonyms of To

so as to approach, secured, toward, to, per, firmly fixed, each, every, fastened, so as to near, tight

Laserdisc:

Meanings of Laserdisc:
  1. A disc that looks like a larger CD but can store video is now often replaced by DVD.

Sentences of Laserdisc
  1. But the best addition overall is probably the commentary track recorded for the Elite Laserdisc in 1995.

  2. This is yet another example of DVD extras left on a laserdisc or even a VHS tape, and this is unforgivable.

  3. As you can see, Laserdisc has been around for over 20 years and is considered to be the slowest growing format of all time with around 2 million users.

  4. Compared to previous versions of home video on VHS and Laserdisc, the new DVD is simply amazing.

  5. Initially, laserdiscs and DVDs were expensive luxury goods, primarily intended for moviegoers, who probably wanted to study the film more closely than the ordinary viewer.

  6. The Laserdisc and VHS versions are very faded, but here all the colors have been polished to perfection, except for a few shades of blue that seem a bit muted.

  7. In terms of quality, this processing seems to be somewhere between the two previously available VHS formats and the aforementioned laserdisc.

  8. This is the only bonus DVD on Laserdisc.

  9. How does this medium differ from its digital predecessor, laserdisc?.

  10. This is the version we have on this DVD which is basically a 1998 Laserdisc port but with improved digital transfer.

  11. In theory, DVDs should have higher resolution and less noise than even laserdiscs, Levinson says.

  12. My friend has VHS copies of Japanese laser discs and the subtitles add to the madness.

  13. The only good thing about television that comes to mind right now is that much emphasis has been placed on saving and restoring movies through VHS, Laserdisc, and DVD.

  14. As you may know, the original DVD was pinball, just like laserdisc, you had to get up and flip through the DVD in the middle of the movie.

  15. Even the laserdisc looked awful compared to this new DVD image.

  16. While the DVD transfer showed an improvement over the disastrous laserdisc picture, it still wasn't excellent.

  17. At the time I had ripped a VHS from a widescreen laserdisc.

  18. Volume problems on the old laser disc are not marked on the DVD.

  19. Of course, DVD is much better than previous video incarnations on VHS and Laserdisc.

COLD (Computer Output To Laserdisc)

COLD (Computer Output To Laserdisc)

Replacement system for microchips. COLD systems provide savings as a media replacement when fast or frequent access to records is required. A typical 12" optical disc contains approximately 1.4 million 8.5" x 11" pages of information, which is equivalent to 7,000 master cards.

Literal Meanings of COLD (Computer Output To Laserdisc)

Output:

Meanings of Output:
  1. (computer or other device) to produce, supply or make available (data).

Sentences of Output
  1. Production at the mine stopped in May.

  2. You can send the image directly to the video recording system.

Synonyms of Output

production, writings, works, oeuvre, amount/quantity produced, creation

To:

Meanings of To:
  1. To identify or receive the affected person or thing.

  2. Indicates that two things are united or related.

  3. Be related to (something) or related to (something).

  4. It is placed in the accounts before the debit entry.

Sentences of To
  1. Descent to the shops.

  2. Christopher's expression changed from surprise to delight.

  3. You were terribly cruel to her.

  4. He is married to his cousin Emma.

  5. He left his dog tied to a drain.

  6. The clubs have nothing to do with what they used to be.

  7. He asked her to come, but she said she didn't want to.

  8. He closed the door behind him.

COLD (Computer Output To Laserdisc)