keyboard

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Pronunciation[change]

Noun[change]

Singular
keyboard

Plural
keyboards

A musical keyboard
  1. (music) ; (countable) A keyboard is a range of black and white keys (buttons) on a musical instrument.
    Pianos, organs, harpsicords and some accordions have keyboards.
  2. (typing) ; (countable) A keyboard is also a set of square or rectangular buttons on a typewriter or a computer.
    Almost everybody has to use a keyboard in everyday life nowadays.


Verb[change]

Plain form
keyboard

Third-person singular
keyboards

Past tense
keyboarded

Past participle
keyboarded

Present participle
keyboarding

  1. To keyboard is to type on a computer keyboard.
    Everyday life in an office usually consists in keyboarding.

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