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Date: 1300-1400
Language: Latin
Origin: configurare 'to form from', from com- ( COM-) + figurare 'to form'

configure

verb
     
Related topics: Computers
con‧fig‧ure [transitive] technical
TDTD to arrange something, especially computer equipment, so that it works with other equipment

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