in line, one behind another
recorded or catalogued for reference, as in a file
a rigid file which opens like a box, usually made of strong cardboard and able to hold a large quantity of documents
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a file kept on a person who is involved in a medical, legal, or social work investigation
a data-word-id="9722">file containing data that is used by a computer program
If you file away a document, you put it in the correct file.
a card with information written on it used in a filing system
an arrangement of characters that enables a computer system to permit the user to have access to a particular file
a file that records all the activity that has occurred on a system
A nail file is a small strip of rough metal or card that you rub across the ends of your nails to shorten them or shape them.
a file, readable by a person, that doesn't contain any codes but only contains text and numbers
a data-word-id="8504">temporary data-word-id="9722">file data-word-id="6">that holds data during processing
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a file that uses the ASCII code
a computer file with sequential commands to be executed when the file is read
to register as a candidate in more than one party's primary election
a person hired to keep office files in order
a thin cardboard folder of a size to be stored in the drawer of a file cabinet and for containing correspondence and other files
data-word-id="4">the data-word-id="8378">central data-word-id="9261">unit data-word-id="7">of a data-word-id="9512">local data-word-id="9916">area data-word-id="8978">network data-word-id="6">that controls data-word-id="6084">its data-word-id="9462">operation data-word-id="5">and provides data-word-id="9354">access data-word-id="3">to data-word-id="3256">separately stored data files
→ single file
an original file from which duplicates are made
a wastepaper basket
a file needed to set up or install a computer program
a line of persons, animals, or things ranged one behind the other, either stationary or moving
an audio file that can be played by a computer or other electronic device
a single computer file that contains one or more files that have been compressed
a file having two intersecting rows of teeth
A file cabinet is a piece of office furniture, usually made of metal, which has drawers in which files are kept.
a program that organizes and arranges files in a computer
File-sharing is a method of distributing computer files, for example files containing music, among a large number of users .
file with rows of parallel teeth
A scratch file is a temporary computer file which you use as a work area or as a store while a program is operating .
a file containing information about each student in a school, college, etc, such as demographic information and information about grades, etc
a difficult or delicate problem
an expanding file made of ridged paper with separate compartments for different types of document
file a claim:
If you file a claim, you make a request to an insurance company for payment of a sum of money according to the terms of an insurance policy .
a set of letters such as . doc added to the end of its name that identifies what type of file something is
the work of organizing and arranging files in a computer
a folder for documents that has protruding ends that can be hung over rails for storage
in single file:
A group of people who are walking or standing in single file are in a line, one behind the other.
rank and file:
The rank and file are the ordinary members of an organization or the ordinary workers in a company, as opposed to its leaders or managers .
the smoothest grade of file commonly used
file a complaint:
A complaint is a statement in which you express your dissatisfaction with a particular situation.
a file having a semicircular cross-section
a file with teeth in one direction only: used for filing soft material
A card index is a number of cards with information written on them which are arranged in a particular order, usually alphabetical, so that you can find the information you want easily .
electronic file cabinet:
a device, controlled by software, for the storage and retrieval of information
file transfer protocol:
file transfer protocol ; the standard protocol used to transfer files across the internet, or a similar network, between computer systems