formats

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  • It remains one of the most popular radio formats of all time.
  • Thus a particular series may appear in a number of formats or time block.
  • The film has been issued in a number of home video formats.
  • It included support for more media formats and added new features.
  • Large group games can take a variety of forms and formats.
  • All the stories will be published in both print and e-book formats.
  • The album was also released on many other formats many of which are only to be found second hand.
  • This list provides their English names and several formats of the Japanese names.
  • Given their common design goals, the three formats ended up making similar design choices.
  • Debut has been re-issued several times in different formats.
  • Some of the larger operations split off these formats into separate stations or networks.
  • The radio station has a variety of programming, featuring both music and talk formats.
  • The first, source formats, are specific to the software used to create the design.
  • Similar straight-to-air formats have been used in British radio.
  • With it is one of his largest paintings, as he usually worked with small formats.
  • Either basic or extended formats may be used, but both date and time must use the same format.
  • Libretti have been made available in several formats, some more nearly complete than others.
  • This can be released for sale to the public in a variety of different formats.
  • In later years, several film-based formats were in use.
  • "Time Enough at Last" has been released in numerous formats over the years.
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Root form of formats is format for both verb and noun.

Meaning of formats

  • noun The organization of information according to preset specifications (usually for computer processing)
  • noun The general appearance of a publication
  • verb Set (printed matter) into a specific format
    Format this letter so it can be printed out
  • verb Determine the arrangement of (data) for storage and display (in computer science)
  • verb Divide (a disk) into marked sectors so that it may store data
    Please format this disk before entering data!