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PC

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Computers
PCPC1 /ˌpiː ˈsiː◂/ ●●○ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 1 TD (personal computer) a computer that is used by one person at a time, either at home or at work 🔊 People can use their PCs to do their banking from home.2 British English (police constable) a police officer of the lowest rank
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PCSales of PCs were down for the second year running.
PCPC2 ●○○ adjective 🔊 🔊 x-ref (politically correct) used to describe language, behaviour, and attitudes that are carefully chosen so that they do not offend or insult anyone 🔊 It’s not PC to describe people as disabled.From Longman Business DictionaryPCPC noun [countable]1COMPUTINGpersonal computer; a small computer that can be used by one person, or connected to a NETWORKIBM compatible PCsAlthough US companies dominate the world PC business, they have less than 10% of the Japanese market.2 (also pc) written abbreviation for PER CENTThe country’s overall industrial production fell by 0.3 pc during the last month.
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