Definition of Computing machine

1. Noun. A machine for performing calculations automatically.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Computing Machine

computernik
computerniks
computerphobe
computerphobes
computerphobia
computerphobias
computerphobic
computerphobics
computers
computery
computes
computing
computing device
computing language
computing languages
computing machine (current term)
computing methodologies
computing system
computist
computistic
computistically
computists
computor
computors
computronium
computus
compy
comrade
comrade in arms
comradeless

Literary usage of Computing machine

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1. Freight Terminals and Trains: Including a Revision of Yards and Terminals by John Albert Droege (1912)
"The tonnage computing machine holds his place for him; that is to say, he may go to some other work and as soon as he returns continue on the machine just ..."

2. Freight Terminals and Trains: Including a Revision of Yards and Terminals by John Albert Droege (1912)
"The tonnage computing machine holds his place for him; that is to say, he may go to some other work and as soon as he returns continue on the machine just ..."

3. English in Business: For Students in Commercial and General Secondary Schools by Dudley Howe Miles (1920)
"Hera are the figures: MESIAL TEST: computing machine GRADUATES TEST: Addition Addition Average Number Columns Average Number Columns added correctly added ..."

4. Employment Psychology: The Application of Scientific Methods to the by Henry Charles Link (1919)
"As a result of these experiments the tests given in the Appendix under the head of Tests for Computing-Machine Operators were finally established. ..."

5. School Algebra by George Wentworth, David Eugene Smith (1913)
"In order to use the computing machine, as much knowledge of the theory is needed as is here set forth. Find the cube root of 42875. ..."

6. Academic Algebra by George Wentworth, David Eugene Smith (1913)
"In order to use the computing machine as much knowledge of the theory is needed as is here set forth. Find the cube root of 42875. ..."

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