databank

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

data +‎ bank

Noun[edit]

databank (plural databanks)

  1. A database (collection of organized information in a regular structure)
    • 1997, Paul G. Stimson, Curtis A. Mertz, Forensic dentistry[1], ISBN 9780849381034, page 58:
      The FBI, in cooperation with states' crime laboratories, has established its own databank called Combined DNA Index System (CODIS).
  2. An organization dedicated to maintaining a database.

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Pronunciation[edit]

Etymology[edit]

data +‎ bank (bank, supply)

Noun[edit]

databank f (plural databanken, diminutive databankje n)

  1. database (collection of computer-organised information)
  2. databank (organization)