- To use the computer.
I wish I had more time to computerate.
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computerate — com‧put‧er‧ate [kəmˈpjuːtərt] adjective COMPUTING able to use a computer well; = computer literate: • Students need to be computerate as well as literate … Financial and business terms
computerate — com|put|er|ate [kəmˈpju:tərıt] adj [Date: 1900 2000; Origin: computer + literate] able to use a computer well ▪ Students need to be computerate as well as literate … Dictionary of contemporary English
computerate — [[t]kəmpju͟ːtərət[/t]] ADJ GRADED If someone is computerate, they have enough skill and knowledge to be able to use a computer. Syn: computer literate … English dictionary
computerate — adjective computer literate … Wiktionary
computerate — [kəm pju:tərət] adjective informal another term for computer literate … English new terms dictionary
computerate — UK [kəmˈpjuːtərət] / US [kəmˈpjutərət] adjective informal able to use a computer … English dictionary
computerate — computˈerate adjective Computer literate • • • Main Entry: ↑compute … Useful english dictionary
computer — 1640s, one who calculates, agent noun from COMPUTE (Cf. compute). Meaning calculating machine (of any type) is from 1897; in modern use, programmable digital electronic computer (1945; theoretical from 1937, as Turing machine). ENIAC (Cf. ENIAC)… … Etymology dictionary
computer-literate — ADJ GRADED If someone is computer literate, they have enough skill and knowledge to be able to use a computer. We look for applicants who are numerate, computer literate and energetic self starters. Syn: computerate … English dictionary
not — 1. Not is used to form negative statements and questions, and is attached both to individual words and to whole clauses by means of their verbs, normally requiring the use of an auxiliary verb such as do or have: We do not want to go / not… … Modern English usage