Part of speech: noun

The quantity put out or produced in a specified time.

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Usage examples "output":

  1. That, of course, is where I got my real start, because, you see, I could control the output and run the costs up and down just where I liked. - "Further Foolishness", Stephen Leacock.
  2. His baskets, each screened with languid gum- leaves, held the week's output of his garden, representing in money value at least two pounds. - "Tropic Days", E. J. Banfield.
  3. We must assume, then, that the larger part of the gain which has come from his great increase in output will in the end go to the people in the form of cheaper pig- iron. - "The Principles of Scientific Management", Frederick Winslow Taylor.