- n final product; the things produced
- n production of a certain amount
- n signal that comes out of an electronic system
- n the quantity of something (as a commodity) that is created (usually within a given period of time)
- n what is produced in a given time period
- v to create or manufacture a specific amount
the computer is outputting the data from the job I'm running
- The vast majority of the plant's tritium output ; was purified and stored for use in nuclear warheads.
- Signaling that manufacturers are leading the economy into a recovery, output from the nation's factories, mines and utilities posted widespread gains in August.
- Threats to Nigeria's output are not new, but they've never before coincided with such high prices.
- JP Morgan in The Associated Press
The decline apparently had more to do with weather than increased demand: "The sizable US crude draw in the reporting week was driven by output declines in the US Gulf due to platform evacuations ahead of Hurricane Alex," said JP Morgan analysts.
- Glenn Stevens in The Age
As a result, "output growth in Australia over the year ahead is likely to be about trend, even though the effects of earlier expansionary policy measures will be diminishing", according to the statement.
- Hussain al-Shahristani in Fort Worth Star Telegram
The security situation in Basra is still unstable ...... but this has not reflected negatively works at oil output and export installations,al-Shahristani told the US-funded Radio Sawa.