computer-assisted


computer-assisted
computer-assisted comˈputer-asˌsisted adjective COMPUTING
done with the help of a computer; = computer-aided:

• computer-assisted telephone interviewing

• computer-assisted trading

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computer-assisted UK US adjective [before noun]
IT COMPUTER-AIDED(Cf. ↑computer-aided): »

computer-assisted language learning


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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