Complete Definition of "analog"

English

Etymology
Greek ana fr. an- + logos

Alternative spellings
analogue (Commonwealth English)

Adjective
analog

  1. context|chiefly|US Dealing with a continuous spectrum of values as opposed to a discrete on/off value.

Antonyms
digital

Translations
Dutch: analoog, analoge
Finnish: t+|fi|analoginen
French: analogique
German: t+|de|analog
Greek: t|el|αναλογικÏÏ|m|sc=Grek (analogikós)
Hebrew: ×ָנָ××Ö¹×Ö´× m
Korean: ìë ë¡ê·¸
Swedish: t+|sv|analog
Norwegian: t-|no|analog
Italian: t-|it|analogico

Noun
en-noun

  1. alternative spelling of|analogue

German

Adjective
analog

  1. analogue

Swedish

Adjective
sv-adj-abs

  1. analogue

Antonyms
digital

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