English words and Examples of Usage

Example Sentences for "input"

Your input in this matter would be very helpful because of all your experienceIt took me all day to input the data you gave me.

Your input in this matter would be very helpful because of all your experience.

My boss always asks people for their input, but then just ignores them, and does what he wants.

Parents should have some input into what their children are doing at school.

This hole is the output for your headphones, and the other hole is the input for the microphone.

His financial input in the project has been quite substantial.

The union is asking the teachers for their input as to what they would like to see negotiated during the next contract talks.

Sensory input is diminished when we are asleep.

Averil Coxhead has noted that graphics such as diagrams of process and pie graphs can provide ESL students with excellent input for writing practice.

They are quite able to manage the project with very little input from management.

Shareholders in the company need to have more input as to the direction the company takes over the next few years.

The keyboard has extra input jacks for connection to other systems or a computer.

Neil Kurshan once observed that family life is not a computer program that runs on its own; it needs continual input from everyone.

Barbara Bush once remarked, I listen and give input only if somebody asks.

Most of the keys on your computer keyboard are used for inputting all kinds of data.

Find someone who knows how to input data into a computer.


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