What is a module

Module (German)

Part of speech: noun, (neuter)

Hyphenation:
Module, Plural: Mo | du | le
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [module]
Word meaning / definition:
1) Technical or organizational unit that can be combined with other units to form a higher-quality whole, also part of a modular system
Origin of the term:
from englishmodule, this from Latinmodulus, a diminutive of mode "Measure".
Synonyms:
1) Assembly, component, element
General terms:
1) unit, part
Subordinate terms:
1) general: Basic module, main module, secondary module, sub-module
1) CI module, ionization module, command module, landing module (→ moon landing module, test landing module), load balancing module, learning module, headlight module, solar module, memory module, speech module
1) in computer science:C # module, C ++ module, COBOL module, database module, Delphi module, Fortran module, Java module, JavaScript module, Pascal module, PL / I module, SQL module (→ PL / SQL module , T-SQL module), word processing module
Application examples:
1) This course is made up of several Modules composed.
1) A larger computer program consists of several Modules.
1) When building a car, there will be different Modules and modulegroups joined together.
1) “The software was divided into individual pieces in advance Modules, defined the variables and their storage locations and then clarified who should develop which software modules. "
Typical word combinations:
the interdisciplinarymodule
the specified, electronic, crystalline, centralmodule
Word formations:
Adjectives / adverbs:modular, modulatory
Nouns: Module final exam, modularization, modulation, modulation ability, modulator, modular construction, module name, module code, module development, module group, module handbook, module catalog, module name, module, module technology, module test, module owner
Verbs:modulate
Cases:
Nominative: singular module; Plural Modules
Genitive: singular Module; Plural Modules
Dative: singular module; Plural Modules
Accusative: singular module; Plural Modules

Translations

  • English: 1) module
  • French: 1) module
  • Italian: 1) modulo (male)
  • Dutch: 1) module
  • Norwegian: 1) module
  • Portuguese: 1) módulo (male)
  • Swedish: 1) module
  • Turkish: 1) module

Part of speech: noun, (male)

Hyphenation:
Module, Plural: Mo | duln
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈMoːdʊl]
Word meaning / definition:
1) technology Ratio of mathematical or technical quantities
2) physics Material constant
3) mathematics algebraic structure over a ring, analogous to a vector space over a field
Origin of the term:
from Latinmode "Measure".
Subordinate terms:
1) Shear modulus, torsion modulus
2) Young's modulus
3) Bimodule, main module, left module, right module, sub-module
Application examples:
1) The module of a gear is the ratio of the pitch circle diameter and the number of teeth.
2) The average of sub-modules of a Module is on again Module.
3) A vector space is a module over a body.
Word formations:
Modulation, modulation ability, modulator, modulatory, module axiom, module homomorphism, modulate, modulor, modular structure
Cases:
Nominative: singular module; Plural Modules
Genitive: singular Module; Plural Modules
Dative: singular module; Plural Modules
Accusative: singular module; Plural Modules

Translations

  • English: module
  • French: 1) module (male)
  • Georgian: მოდული (moduli)
  • Italian: modulo (male)
  • Portuguese: módulo (male)
  • Swedish: module
  • Spanish: módulo (male)
  • Turkish: module

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

The analysts from Independent Research call the figures for the third quarter of Data module convincing. You confirm the buy recommendation for the shares of Data module.
4investors, December 19, 2018

Would you get this in green? as the module in the foreground ? produce, they would have 195 Wp, i.e. 93% of the output of the black Module.
Solarserver, March 13, 2019

With a new generation, Intel has accelerated its Optane memory by a good 50 percent. The new Modules remain price stable. There are no larger capacities. That's what the especially small one is for module but not anymore.
Golem.de, June 03, 2019

In Sekiro Shadows Die Twice there are the so-called prostheticModules , these Modules serve as secondary weapons for your prosthetic arm. In this guide we show you all 10 locations, so where you can find each one module can find.
Wooco, March 23, 2019

Airport guests report black smoke overhead module A of Terminal 1 is rising. We clarify what is the cause of the threatening smoke plume.
Mercury, August 22, 2018

Building as if by magic: a crane is stacking in the lower Herzoghöhe module For module for the 16 row houses that are to be built there, one above the other and next to each other.
North Bavarian Courier, July 28, 2020

One that can be combined with other software for autonomous cars module should implant predictive driving.
heise online, September 21, 2020

The HzV in Hessen is being replaced by a new module complemented by telemedicine, which improves the care of immobile patients.
Doctors newspaper, August 28, 2020

The BayWa subsidiary FarmFacts contributes module on the market, which is supposed to facilitate communication between machines and devices.
agrarheute.com, November 11, 2019

The first construction phase of the new orangery carries the topping-out crown. The building is another module in the castle estate.
Moz.de, December 15, 2019

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • Building block: Stone for building walls, buildings and the like; transferred: component
  • component: Part of an object or a complete whole
  • detail: Detail, trifle, also: characterizing element
  • Detail: individual part of a larger whole
  • element
  • object: material thing that is not too big: thing, thing, object; Plural seldom: abstract thing, topic of which we are talking: topic, problem, substance, content, object, state of affairs; Austrian: teaching subject
  • element: a connected part or piece - in general: part of a whole; Anatomy: a part of the body; Zoology: the reproductive organ of male animals; specifically: an external sexual organ of the man; Military: the position in which the soldiers stand very close to one another in a line
  • component: Element and part of a whole; Linguistics another term for semantic characteristic, sem
  • Constituent
  • Point
  • piece: Part of a whole; a single of things of the same kind and quality; without plural: general number classifier for things, plants, animals; a) a work of the performing arts (drama, concert, opera, ...) b) derived from 4a): a sensational event; Colloquially, without plural: an insult, degradation of the individuality of the person
  • part: often in connection with inanimate objects: an element, piece or part of a whole; coll. a piece of clothing; coll. any object
  • component: Part of an object or a complete whole
  • element
  • element: a connected part or piece - in general: part of a whole; Anatomy: a part of the body; Zoology: the reproductive organ of male animals; specifically: an external sexual organ of the man; Military: the position in which the soldiers stand very close to one another in a line
  • component: Element and part of a whole; Linguistics another term for semantic characteristic, sem
  • part: often in connection with inanimate objects: an element, piece or part of a whole; coll. a piece of clothing; coll. any object
  • Component: single part used in the construction of prefabricated houses; electrical component that is used soldered on a circuit board
  • module: Combination of functionally related components into one unit
  • Component: individual part of a technical complex (mechanism, machine, apparatus and the like); Architecture, construction, in Germany only masculine: a part in the construction of a structure or a building; Electrical engineering, only neuter in Germany: part of a functional component; Mechanical engineering, only neuter in Germany: functional component of a machine construction that cannot be further dismantled
  • unit: seldom in the plural: that or a whole, that which belongs together, that is joined together, that is united, that is inseparable; Physics metrological comparative value; Military form of subdivision of units below the unit level; What belongs together from different components, which serves a specific function and is part of a superordinate whole
  • element
  • component: Element and part of a whole; Linguistics another term for semantic characteristic, sem

Another word (synonym) for module - source: OpenThesaurus


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picture:… 6) Sight, view 7) Graphics 8) Scene Opposite words: 2) Text 7) Text file, module Superordinate terms: 1) Museum 2) Magazine, newspaper 3)…

organ: ... device, instrument, tool synonyms: 1) component, assembly, element, limb, module, part 2) body part, sensory tool 3) sense, sensation, receptivity 4) ...

map:… 1) cards Superordinate terms: 3) Warning, rebuke; Character 4) Module Subordinate terms: There are a large number of two-part compositions with ...

body: ... or multi-dimensionality 5) other algebraic structures: semigroup, group, ring, module, vector space, algebra 6) the individual, the (single) person and ...


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