priključak prevod, srpsko - engleski rečnik

Prevod reči: priključak

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priključak [ muški rod ]

connexion [ imenica ]
Generiši izgovor

chiefly British variant of CONNECTION.

port [ imenica {računari} ]
Generiši izgovor

An interface through which data is transferred between a computer and other devices (such as a printer, mouse, keyboard, or monitor), a network, or a direct connection to another computer. The port appears to the CPU as one or more memory addresses that it can use to send or receive data. Specialized hardware, such as in an add-on circuit board, places data from the device in the memory addresses and sends data from the memory addresses to the device. Ports may also be dedicated solely to input or to output. Ports typically accept a particular type of plug used for a specific purpose. For example, a serial data port, a keyboard, and a high-speed network port all use different connectors, so it’s not possible to plug a cable into the wrong port. Also called: input/output port.
port number.
In computing, a socket that enables a computer processor to communicate with an external device. It may be an input port (such as a joystick port), or an output port (such as a printer port), or both (an i/o port).
Microcomputers may provide ports for cartridges, televisions and/or monitors, printers, and modems, and sometimes for hard discs and musical instruments (MIDI, the musical-instrument digital interface). Ports may be serial or parallel.A signal input (access) or output point on a computer.

tap [ imenica ]
Generiši izgovor

A light touch or stroke; SYN. pat, dab.
A plug for a bunghole in a cask; SYN. spigot.
A small metal plate that attaches to the toe or heel of a shoe (as in tap dancing).
A tool for cutting female (internal) screw threads.

terminal [ imenica {računari} ]
Generiši izgovor

In computing, a device consisting of a keyboard and display screen (VDT)—or, in older systems, a teleprinter—to enable the operator to communicate with the computer. The terminal may be physically attached to the computer or linked to it by a telephone line (remote terminal). A “dumb” terminal has no processor of its own, whereas an “intelligent” terminal has its own processor and takes some of the processing load away from the main computer.
A point on an electrical device (such as a battery) at which electric current enters or leaves; SYN. pole.
An input-output device providing access to a computer; has a keyboard and display.
Where transport vehicles load or unload passengers or goods; SYN. terminus, depot.
In networking, a device consisting of a video adapter, a monitor, and a keyboard. The adapter and monitor and, sometimes, the keyboard are typically combined in a single unit. A terminal does little or no computer processing on its own; instead, it is connected to a computer with a communications link over a cable. Terminals are used primarily in multiuser systems and today are not often found on single-user personal computers. See also dumb terminal, smart terminal, terminal emulation.
In electronics, a point that can be physically linked to something else, usually by a wire, to form an electrical connection.
An input/output device used to enter data into a computer and record the output.

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