spec

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spec (plural specs)

  1. (colloquial) short form of specification
  2. (colloquial) short form of speculation
  3. short form of specialization
  4. short form of special
  5. (dialect) a special place (for hiding or viewing)
  6. (Australia, Australian rules football, informal) A spectacular mark (catch) in Australian rules football.

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spec (third-person singular simple present specs, present participle speccing, simple past and past participle specced)

  1. (transitive) To specify, especially in a formal specification document.
    • 1999, George Buehler, The Troller Yacht Book
      I've found some professional yards want everything specced out completely while a home builder will just do things the way he wants.
    • 1995, Fred Moody, I Sing the Body Electronic: A Year with Microsoft on the Multimedia Frontier
      Could they still include the kinds of playful animations Ballinger had specced now that the scenes were more realistic-looking and less whimsical?

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