Database

Database,

Definition of Database:

  1. A structured set of data held in a computer, especially one that is accessible in various ways.

  2. Systematically organized or structured repository of indexed information (usually as a group of linked data files) that allows easy retrieval, updating, analysis, and output of data. Stored usually in a computer, this data could be in the form of graphics, reports, scripts, tables, text, etc., representing almost every kind of information. Most computer applications (including antivirus software, spreadsheets, word-processors) are databases at their core. See also flat database and relational database.

How to use Database in a sentence?

  1. When constructing a database make sure you include all pertinent information about the customer that salesman may need to know, include any quirks, or extra attention the customer may require.
  2. A database covering nine million workers.
  3. You need to make sure that your company has a big enough database to handle all of the information that you gather.
  4. In order to figure out if the man was who he said he was, I had to check this massive database with a lot of names in it.

Meaning of Database & Database Definition