text file
Noun

text file (plural text files)

  1. (computing) A data file containing only plain, human-readable text, distinct from documents with embedded formatting
  2. (computing) A data file in a character encoding that allows it to be read in non-specialised text editor.
Translations
  • French: fichier texte
  • German: Textdatei
  • Russian: те́кстовый файл



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