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  1. 1 what / ˈ wɑːt/ / ˈ wʌt/ pronoun Britannica Dictionary definition of WHAT 1 a — used to ask for information about someone or something What is your name? What are those things on the table? What 's your family like? [+] more examples b — used to describe a question Please ask them what they want for dinner. They asked her what she knew about him.

  2. what determiner, pronoun, exclamation (QUESTION) A1 used to ask for information about people or things: What time is it? What books did you buy? What did you wear? What size shoes do you take? What happened after I left? What caused the accident? used in questions that show you are surprised or do not believe something: "I just told Peter."

  3. what determiner, pronoun, exclamation (QUESTION) A1 used to ask for information about people or things: What time is it? What books did you buy? What did you wear? What size shoes do you wear? What happened after I left? What caused the accident? used in questions that show you are surprised or do not believe something: "I just told Peter."

  4. what's (¦) (h)wäts, (¦) (h)wəts also (¦) (h)wȯts 1 : what is what's his name 2 : what has what's he done 3 : what does what's he want Word History Etymology what entry 1 + 's Love words? You must — there are over 200,000 words in our free online dictionary, but you are looking for one that’s only in the Merriam-Webster Unabridged Dictionary.

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  7. API stands for Application Programming Interface. In the context of APIs, the word Application refers to any software with a distinct function. Interface can be thought of as a contract of service between two applications. This contract defines how the two communicate with each other using requests and responses.

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