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  1. distribute

    • IPA[dəˈstribyo͞ot]

    美式

    • v.
      give shares of (something); deal out;supply (goods) to stores and other businesses that sell to consumers
    • verb: distribute, 3rd person present: distributes, gerund or present participle: distributing, past tense: distributed, past participle: distributed

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    • 1. give shares of (something); deal out:

      information leaflets are being distributed to hotels and guest houses

    • 2. supply (goods) to stores and other businesses that sell to consumers:

      the journal is distributed worldwide

    • 3. separate (metal type that has been set up) and return the characters to their separate compartments in a type case.
    • 4. occur throughout an area:

      the birds are mainly distributed in marshes and river valleys

    • 5. spread (a load) over an area:

      the seat is designed to ensure the weight of the passenger is evenly distributed

    • 6. spread (a computer system) over several machines, especially over a network:

      you can distribute the system's output over your home network

    • 7. use (a term) to include every individual of the class to which it refers:

      the middle term must be distributed, at least once, in the premises

    • adj. shared or spread out:

    • the distributed supplies are meticulously monitored to make sure everyone gets their share

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    • adj. shared or spread out:

    • the distributed supplies are meticulously monitored to make sure everyone gets their share

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    • n. a digital system in which records of currency transactions (typically using bitcoin or similar cryptocurrencies) are simultaneously maintained at multiple points throughout a network:

    • with a distributed ledger that basically keeps track of everything, you can start putting a lot more transparency into the way the government does its business

      the company's experiments will allow the distributed ledger technology to operate on networks with millions of computers

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    • n. a digital system in which records of currency transactions (typically using bitcoin or similar cryptocurrencies) are simultaneously maintained at multiple points throughout a network:

    • with a distributed ledger that basically keeps track of everything, you can start putting a lot more transparency into the way the government does its business

      the company's experiments will allow the distributed ledger technology to operate on networks with millions of computers

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    • n. a number of independent computers linked by a network.

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    • n. another term for connectionism

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    • n. another term for connectionism

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    • n. the intentional paralysing of a computer network by flooding it with data sent simultaneously from many individual computers:

    • government-run digital services have also been disrupted by distributed denial of service attacks

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    • IPA[dɪˈstrɪbjuːt]

    英式

    • v.
      give a share or a unit of (something) to each of a number of recipients:
    • information leaflets are being distributed to hotels

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