word processor
Noun

word processor (plural word processors)

  1. A device similar to a simple computer, designed for word processing.
  2. Software that provides word processing functions on a computer, typically including typeface selection, line justification and other formatting, pagination, and numerous other features. Compare text editor.
Translations
  • Russian: те́кстовый проце́ссор
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