Definition of Word:
Typing: Typing speed usually expressed in words per minute (WPM) where generally one word equals 5 characters (spaces included).
A single distinct meaningful element of speech or writing, used with others (or sometimes alone) to form a sentence and typically shown with a space on either side when written or printed.
Ones account of the truth, especially when it differs from that of another person.
Computing: Amount of data processed by a computer in a single instruction. It varies with the processor being used: earlier processors could handle 16-bit words, the current processors can handle 32-bit long words, and the more recent ones can handle 64-bit words.
A basic unit of data in a computer, typically 16 or 32 bits long.
Used to express agreement.
A command, password, or signal.
The text or spoken part of a play, opera, or other performed piece; a script.
Choose and use particular words in order to say or write (something).
Synonyms of Word
Bible oath, Parthian shot, Account, Acquaintance, Adage, Address, Admission, Advice, Affidavit, Affirmance, Affirmation, Allegation, Altercation, Ana, Analects, Announcement, Annunciation, Answer, Aphorism, Apostrophe, Apothegm, Articulate, Assertion, Asseveration, Assurance, Attest, Attestation, Averment, Avouch, Avouchment, Avow, Avowal, Axiom, Beef, Behest, Bickering, Bidding, Blue book, Breathe, Briefing, Broadcast journalism, Bulletin, Buzz, Byword, Catchword, Charge, Chorus, Collected sayings, Come out with, Command, Commandment, Comment, Commitment, Communicate, Communication, Communique, Compurgation, Conceive, Conclusion, Convey, Couch, Couch in terms, Countersign, Crack, Creed, Cry, Current saying, Data, Datum, Declaration, Deliver, Deposition, Dictate, Dictation, Dictum, Direct order, Directive, Directory, Disclose, Disclosure, Dispatch, Dispute, Distich, Embassy, Embody in words, Emit, Engagement, Enlightenment, Enunciate, Enunciation, Epigram, Evidence, Exclamation, Express, Expression, Extrajudicial oath, Facts, Factual information, Faith, Familiarization, Fight, Fling off, Formularize, Formulate, Frame, Gen, General information, Give, Give expression, Give expression to, Give out with, Give tongue, Give utterance, Give voice, Give words to, Glosseme, Gnome, Golden saying, Gossip, Greeting, Guarantee, Guidebook, Handout, Hard information, Hassle, Hearsay, Hest, Icon, Idiom, Impart, Imperative, Incidental information, Info, Information, Injunction, Instruction, Instrument in proof, Intelligence, Interjection, Ipse dixit, Ironclad oath, Journalism, Judicial oath, Knowledge, Legal evidence, Let out, Letter, Lexeme, Lexical form, Light, Linguistic act, Lip, Locution, Loyalty oath, Mandate, Manifesto, Maxim, Mention, Message, Moral, Morpheme, Mot, Motto, News, News agency, News medium, News service, Newsiness, Newsletter, Newsmagazine, Newspaper, Newsworthiness, Note, Notice, Notification, Oath, Oath of allegiance, Oath of office, Observation, Offer, Official oath, Oracle, Order, Out with, Paragraph, Parol, Parole, Phonate, Phonation, Phrase, Pithy saying, Pleasure, Pledge, Plight, Pneumatogram, Position, Position paper, Positive declaration, Pour forth, Precept, Predicate, Predication, Prescript, Present, Presentation, Press association, Proclamation, Profession, Promise, Promotional material, Pronounce, Pronouncement, Proof, Proposition, Protest, Protestation, Proverb, Proverbial saying, Proverbs, Publication, Publicity, Put, Put forth, Put in words, Question, Radio, Raise, Reflection, Release, Remark, Report, Reportage, Rhetorize, Row, Rumble, Rumor, Run-in, Saw, Say, Say-so, Saying, Scuttlebutt, Semasiological unit, Sememe, Sentence, Sententious expression, Sequence of phonemes, Set forth, Set out, Set-to, Sidelight, Sign, Signifiant, Significant, Sloka, Solemn declaration, Solemn oath, Sound, Speaking, Special order, Speech act, Stance, Stand, State, Statement, Stock saying, String, Style, Subjoinder, Submit, Sutra, Sworn evidence, Sworn statement, Sworn testimony, Symbol, Talk, Tattle, Teaching, Telegram, Telegraph agency, Television, Tell, Term, Test oath, Testimonial, Testimonium, Testimony, Text, The dope, The fourth estate, The goods, The know, The press, The scoop, The spoken word, Thought, Throw off, Tidings, Token, Tongue, Transmission, Troth, Type, Undertaking, Utter, Utterance, Utterance string, Verbalize, Verse, Vocable, Vocalize, Voice, Vouch, Vow, Warrant, Warranty, Watchword, Whisper, White book, White paper, Will, Wire service, Wisdom, Wisdom literature, Wise saying, Witness, Witticism, Word of command, Word of honor, Word of mouth, Words of wisdom, Term, Name, Expression, Designation, Locution, Script, Text, Phrase, Express, Put, Couch, Frame, Set forth, Formulate, Style, Instruction, Order, Command
How to use Word in a sentence?
- I would like my students to write a paper in which you will define a word that holds great meaning to you and have it submitted by tomorrow afternoon.
- I dont like the word “unofficial”.
- In order to get hired as an administrative assistant at a major corporation, the applicant must have a minimum typing speed of 60 word s per minute, or more if the job is especially hectic or time-sensitive.
- He words his request in a particularly ironic way.
- His typing speed was only 50 word s per minute so he was not given the position of transcriber within the company.
Meaning of Word & Word Definition