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Definition of signal-to-noise ratio

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Other terms relating to 'computer slang':

Definitions include: a person who writes (source) code; "programmer".
Definitions include: used with a subject matter to refer to a person with deep, expert knowledge of that subject matter.
Definitions include: acronym for "no fucking idea".
Definitions include: to vomit.
Definitions include: the "real world" time of day - i.e. the time of day displayed by the clock on the wall - rather than other measures of time, such as a computer's current uptime.
Definitions include: acronym for "bastard operator from hell".
Definitions include: acronym for "I don't give a shit".
Definitions include: a tool that is very versatile but isn't easy to use.
Definitions include: in computing, of a data transformation, one which does not retain all of the data.
Definitions include: very cold.
Definitions include: not ready for widespread use, viewing, distribution, consumption, etc.
Definitions include: software still under copyright, but which is no longer distributed, sold, or supported.
Definitions include: acronym of "go fuck yourself."
Definitions include: a word that has come to be an acronym (or is viewed by some as an acronym) when it was not originally an acronym.
Definitions include: acronym for "if you don't like it, get the fuck out".

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Other terms relating to 'noise':

Definitions include: an alleged note that, when played, makes everyone who hears it lose bowel control.
Definitions include: exclamation of displeasure.
Definitions include: a lot of talk; "babble".
Definitions include: the mouth.
Definitions include: acronym for signal-to-noise ratio.
Definitions include: abbreviated form of signal-to-noise ratio.

Other terms relating to 'ratio':

Definitions include: used during some kind of competition in which one party reminds the other of the score or the results of their competition.
Definitions include: acronym for signal-to-noise ratio.
Definitions include: abbreviated form of signal-to-noise ratio.

Other terms relating to 'signal':

Definitions include: acronym for signal-to-noise ratio.
Definitions include: abbreviated form of signal-to-noise ratio.

Other terms relating to 'to':

Definitions include: extremely intoxicated
Definitions include: See nine to five.
Definitions include: to make a bad situation worse.
Definitions include: to make a bad situation worse.
Definitions include: a declaration of victory or superiority.
Definitions include: sex in which anal sex is immediately followed by fellatio.
Definitions include: to revisit one's past.
Definitions include: to go back to the beginning.
Definitions include: extreme; "all out".
Definitions include: to be vastly superior.
Definitions include: to perform an activity before someone else.
Definitions include: to be unintelligible.
Definitions include: to do.
Definitions include: more important things to deal with.
Definitions include: to kill or destroy.

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