- keypad ► NOUN ▪ a miniature keyboard or set of buttons for operating a portable electronic device or telephone.
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keypad — key‧pad [ˈkiːpæd] noun [countable] COMPUTING TELECOMMUNICATIONS a small box with buttons on it which you can use to put information into a computer, telephone etc: • a keypad which lets customers add up costs as they shop * * * keypad UK US… … Financial and business terms
Keypad — [dt. »Tastenblock«], Zahlenblock … Universal-Lexikon
keypad — (n.) 1975, from KEY (Cf. key) (n.1) + PAD (Cf. pad) (n.) … Etymology dictionary
keypad — [kē′pad΄] n. the set of keys or push buttons on a computer keyboard, telephone, TV remote control, etc., used to perform certain functions … English World dictionary
Keypad — A telephone keypad A keypad is a set of buttons arranged in a block or pad which usually bear digits, symbols and usually a complete set of alphabetical letters. If it mostly contains numbers then it can also be called a numeric keypad. Keypads… … Wikipedia
keypad — [[t]ki͟ːpæd[/t]] keypads N COUNT The keypad on a modern telephone is the set of buttons that you press in order to operate it. Some other machines, such as cash dispensers, also have a keypad … English dictionary
keypad — UK [ˈkiːˌpæd] / US [ˈkɪˌpæd] noun [countable] Word forms keypad : singular keypad plural keypads a) a small keyboard, for example on a telephone, computer, or calculator b) the part at the side of a computer keyboard that has number keys and… … English dictionary
keypad — /kee pad /, n. 1. a separate section on some computer keyboards, grouping together numeric keys and those for mathematical or other special functions in an arrangement like that of a calculator. 2. a panel similarly keyed and used in conjunction… … Universalium
keypad — noun A small board with keys primarily used for tactile input into a machine. Many laptop computers have special function keys which turn part of the alphabetical keyboard into a numerical keypad … Wiktionary
keypad — noun Keypad is used after these nouns: ↑phone … Collocations dictionary