Definitions for Applicationˌæp lɪˈkeɪ ʃən
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
ap•pli•ca•tion*ˌæp lɪˈkeɪ ʃən(n.)
the act of putting to a special use or purpose.
the use to which something is put:
new applications of technology.
This has no application to the case.
the act of requesting.
application for college admission.
a form to be filled out by an applicant.
Category: Common Vocabulary
application to one's studies.
an act or instance of spreading or administering:
an application of varnish.
a salve, ointment, or the like, applied as a soothing or healing agent.
a specific kind of task, as database management, that can be done using an application program.
Ref: application program.
* Syn: See effort.
Origin of application:
1375–1425; late ME (< MF) < L applicātiō
application, practical application(noun)
the act of bringing something to bear; using it for a particular purpose
"he advocated the application of statistics to the problem"; "a novel application of electronics to medical diagnosis"
a verbal or written request for assistance or employment or admission to a school
"December 31 is the deadline for applications"
application, coating, covering(noun)
the work of applying something
"the doctor prescribed a topical application of iodine"; "a complete bleach requires several applications"; "the surface was ready for a coating of paint";
application, application program, applications programme(noun)
a program that gives a computer instructions that provide the user with tools to accomplish a task
"he has tried several different word processing applications"
liquid preparation having a soothing or antiseptic or medicinal action when applied to the skin
"a lotion for dry skin"
a diligent effort
"it is a job requiring serious application"
the action of putting something into operation
"the application of maximum thrust"; "massage has far-reaching medical applications"; "the application of indexes to tables of data"
Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary
application(noun)ˌæp lɪˈkeɪ ʃən
a written form requesting sth
a job application; an application for financial assistance
applicationˌæp lɪˈkeɪ ʃən
the way sth can be used
a gadget with many practical applications
applicationˌæp lɪˈkeɪ ʃən
The act of applying or laying on, in a literal sense; as, the application of emollients to a diseased limb.
The thing applied.
He invented a new application by which blood might be stanched. --Johnson.
The act of applying as a means; the employment of means to accomplish an end; specific use.
If a right course . . . be taken with children, there will not be much need of the application of the common rewards and punishments. --John Locke.
The act of directing or referring something to a particular case, to discover or illustrate agreement or disagreement, fitness, or correspondence.
A computer program or the set of software that the end user perceives as a single entity as a tool for a well-defined purpose. (Also called: application program; application software.)
The iPhone application VR+ connects to major social networks.
A verbal or written request for assistance or employment or admission to a school.
December 31 is the deadline for MBA applications.
A petition, entreaty, or other request.
Their application for a deferral of the hearing was granted.
Origin: Late applicacioun, from applicacion ( application), from applicationem, accusative singular of applicatio, from applico.
the act of applying or laying on, in a literal sense; as, the application of emollients to a diseased limb
the thing applied
the act of applying as a means; the employment of means to accomplish an end; specific use
the act of directing or referring something to a particular case, to discover or illustrate agreement or disagreement, fitness, or correspondence; as, I make the remark, and leave you to make the application; the application of a theory
hence, in specific uses: (a) That part of a sermon or discourse in which the principles before laid down and illustrated are applied to practical uses; the "moral" of a fable. (b) The use of the principles of one science for the purpose of enlarging or perfecting another; as, the application of algebra to geometry
the capacity of being practically applied or used; relevancy; as, a rule of general application
the act of fixing the mind or closely applying one's self; assiduous effort; close attention; as, to injure the health by application to study
the act of making request of soliciting; as, an application for an office; he made application to a court of chancery
a request; a document containing a request; as, his application was placed on file
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms
1. The system or problem to which a computer is applied. Reference is often made to an application as being either of the computational type (arithmetic computations predominate) or of the data processing type (data handling operations predominate). 2. In the intelligence context, the direct extraction and tailoring of information from an existing foundation of intelligence and near real time reporting. It is focused on and meets specific, narrow requirements, normally on demand.
Translations for Application
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
a formal request; an act of applying
several applications for the new job; The syllabus can be obtained on application to the headmaster.
- طَلَب رَسْميArabic
- requerimentoPortuguese (BR)
- die BewerbungGerman
- solicitud, candidatura, peticiónSpanish
- candidature; demandeFrench
- בַּקָשָה, פְּנִייָהHebrew
- kérvény, pályázatHungarian
- prašymas, pareiškimasLithuanian
- iesniegums; lūgumsLatvian
- surat permohonanMalay
- aanvraag, sollicitatieDutch
- تقاضاء نامهPashto
- candidatură; cerereRomanian
- заявление, прошениеRussian
- kandidatura; prošnjaSlovenian
- ansökan, hänvändelseSwedish
- başvuru, müracaatTurkish
- 申請Chinese (Trad.)
- заява; проханняUkrainian
- درخواست ، عرضیUrdu
- đơn xinVietnamese
- 申请Chinese (Simp.)
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