World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)

World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is an American non-profit organization that develops and recommends standards for the Internet.

Literal Meanings of World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)

World:

Meanings of World:
  1. (Suspect) An empire such as a planet that contains one or more societies of beings, especially sentient beings.

  2. Individual or group point of view or social environment.

  3. Part of the operating system distributed with the kernel, consisting of a shell and other programs.

Sentences of World
  1. People are starving all over the world.

Wide:

Meanings of Wide:
  1. A ball that passes so far from the batsman that the umpire deems it unplayable. The hand signal used by the referee to give the starting signal. The extra point was added to the batsman's score.

  2. Do a large side-by-side physical stretch.

  3. Large size.

  4. Service next to the playground.

  5. Both sides of the mark are too far to either side of the mark, wicket, batsman, etc.

  6. It is pronounced like a vowel, with a mouth that is less tense and more open and relaxed.

  7. (now a rarity) Huge, wide expanse, huge.

  8. Some distance, very far.

  9. Far from truth, decency, necessity, etc.

  10. Support for a wider range of text characters than fits in traditional 8-bit display.

  11. Far.

  12. Far from the predetermined goal.

  13. Leave or have a large space between the sides to form a large opening.

Sentences of Wide
  1. We walk through a wide corridor.

  2. The investigation was extensive.

  3. This team needs a good winger.

  4. Shame! It was a great pass, but it is wide.

  5. Huge lifeless space.

  6. Broad character, broad flow.

  7. He traveled very far.

  8. I was awake.

  9. Several shots were fired, but they all missed.

Web:

Meanings of Web:
  1. The silky structure the spider builds from the silk secreted by the spinnerets at the end of its abdomen is a web.

  2. (extended) Any interconnected collection of people, places, or things that schematically resembles a network.

  3. (sometimes with a capital letter) Especially the World Wide Web.

  4. Part of a baseball glove between the index finger and thumb, strap.

  5. Mesh or fabric structure.

  6. (usually with verbs of spinning, weaving, or the like) A great story, more complex than myth or legend.

  7. The connection between the planks of the building elements increases the effective lever arm and thus the load-bearing capacity of the element.

  8. The thinnest vertical section of a rail line between the top (head) and bottom (bottom) of a rail.

  9. A fold of tissue that connects the toes of some birds or other animals.

  10. A series of tendrils on either side of the shaft of the spring, rigid and connected by pins, like regular springs, or soft and separated, like pins.

  11. A continuous network of material carried during the processing of the rolls.

  12. (lithography) A long sheet of paper fed from a roll to a printer, as opposed to individual sheets of paper.

  13. A of webbing used to adjust a car's hood extension.

  14. Thin sheets, sheets or strips, e.g. B. Lead.

  15. Large distribution network.

  16. Create or form a network.

  17. Cover with cobwebs or nets.

  18. Catch or confuse.

  19. Equip with a screen.

  20. Knit.

Sentences of Web
  1. Some of this content is now only available online.

  2. The sunlight flickered from the dew on the screen.

  3. Let me search the internet.

  4. He caught the ball on the canvas.

  5. The roof of the lookouts was a canvas of thin wooden planks.

  6. Be careful, he can weave a good web, but don't rely too much on what he says.

Synonyms of Web

yarn

Consortium:

Meanings of Consortium:
  1. An association or grouping of companies, financial institutions or investors for the purpose of participating in a venture.

  2. A similar agreement between institutions or non-profit organizations.

  3. Club or association.

  4. A spouse's right to all normal relationships with their partner.

  5. A group of symbiotic microbes.

W:

Meanings of W:
  1. Witness.

  2. Worked.

  3. Softy.

  4. Long.

C:

Meanings of C:
  1. Reduction of approx.

  2. The meantone on one of the sets of seven white keys on a keyboard, or on a set of seven strings on a stringed instrument.

  3. (Stand) To perceive or know with the eyes or as with the sight.

  4. Make a mental picture of it.

  5. (public) meeting, visit.

  6. Be it the setting or the time.

  7. (extended) To make sure something is up, especially during testimonials.

  8. Wait to join, .

  9. To make a match with another player, place a bet of the same amount.

  10. Determine through trial or experiment to find out (yes or no).

  11. (used in imperative) link or inquiry for more details.

  12. Study something well or use something, often as a temporary alternative.

  13. To include as one of the experiences of something.

Sentences of C
  1. The document was written in the Middle Ages, c. 1250.

  2. In 1999, many great films were released.

  3. I can see you hanging yourself for this! I saw that they were no longer a problem.

  4. I must have seen the old lady across the street.

  5. I see you twenty dollars and I give you ten.

  6. I'll be back later to see if I can fix your computer.

  7. See Appendix C for full proof of the Poincaré conjecture.

  8. Can I have a look at this lighter? Mine just doesn't work anymore.

  9. The equipment has not been used outside of our projects.

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