configure

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  • The track has been re-configured three times in its history.
  • A dead body is merely matter that was once configured by the soul.
  • This led to popularity among those who wanted to be able to configure the program.
  • The game can be configured to allow up to four players to play simultaneously.
  • How exactly the time-based reward system should work can be configured from inside the program.
  • Both can be configured to support a wide variety of needs.
  • You can configure the switch to allow both in-band as out-of-band management.
  • However, it can also be configured to use a weak host model.
  • These are generally configured by the user on a case-by-case basis.
  • The ICE sets are usually configured as four, five or six car trains.
  • Each command is configured for either initial entry training, advanced individual training schools, leader development or battle command training.
  • This memory can only be configured for one single size.
  • The player can be configured for right handed or left handed use.
  • The control system is chosen and configured in design mode as well.
  • One or several players act as game administrators and can configure the game rules.
  • These may be configured for either standing or sitting use.
  • The theater can be configured for concerts, family events, musical theatre and other stage shows.
  • When in the forward positions they are configured for three people, increasing cargo capacity.
  • Once the addresses were set, the system could be configured to use them.
  • Such bus systems are also difficult to configure when constructed from common off-the-shelf equipment.
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Words starting with configure

Meaning of configure

  • verb Set up for a particular purpose
    configure my new computer, configure a plane for a combat mission