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Synonyms for file

Synonyms for file

a group of people or things arranged in a row

Synonyms for file

a set of related records (either written or electronic) kept together

a line of persons or things ranged one behind the other

office furniture consisting of a container for keeping papers in order

a steel hand tool with small sharp teeth on some or all of its surfaces

record in a public office or in a court of law

smooth with a file

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proceed in line

file a formal charge against

place in a container for keeping records


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It also includes the ability to create photo slideshows with music and transitions, helping consumers move their digital picture files off the hard drive and on to a disc that can be enjoyed again and again.
Then send your files off as e-mail attachments, and they will arrive at their destination as real Microsoft Office files.
We save those large files off line because they are just too big to be practical for delivery over the Internet.
Young males appear to be driving this surge, as 55% of those ages 12 to 17 report having downloaded music files off of the Internet, compared to 41% of females in that same age group.
Conceptually, solving load balance problems is simple -- move some files off the too-busy disk to a less busy disk.
With the Pulse technology, only audio files are downloaded to the requesting computer keeping unnecessary files off the viewers' system and saving them from interminable download time.
Whether data from the mainframe or PostScript, PDF, PCL or TIFF files off the network, PRISMA can manage and accurately reproduce the output.
Netdrive's new Personal File Server allows users to access and share files off their home PCs, office PCs, and laptops used on the road.
Merely deleting files off soon-to-be-donated computers isn't enough," according to Reinert.
We were able to create an Excel spreadsheet with a built-in startup macro that erases files off of the hard disk," said Eric Bowden, general manager, BugNet.