Notebook, 1993-



To form from or after . . . . Relative arrangement of parts or elements . . . . Something that results [such as an element, figure or pattern] from a particular arrangement . . . . Functional . . . . To set up in a particular way

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Configuration n [LL configuration-, configuratio similar formation, fr. L configurare to form from or after, fr. com- + figurare to form, fr. figura {figure] [1646] 1a: relative arrangement of parts or elements as [1]: Shape [2]: contour of land [__ of the mountains] [3]: functional arrangement [a small business computer system in its simplest __] b: something [as a figure, contour, pattern, or apparatus] that results from a particular arrangement of parts or components c: the stable structural makeup of a chemical compound esp. with reference to the space relations of the consitutuent atoms 2: Gestalt [personality __]

configure vt [1677]: to set up for operation esp. in a particular way . . . . [Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, 10th Edition. Springfield, MA, USA: Merriam-Webster, Inc. 1995.]



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