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  2. Application Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

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    noun ap· pli· ca· tion ˌa-plə-ˈkā-shən 1 : an act of applying: a (1) : an act of putting something to use application of new techniques (2) : a use to which something is put new applications for old remedies b : an act of administering or laying one thing on another application of paint to a house c : assiduous attention

  3. Employment application (online) - templates.office.com

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    Create an employment application with a downloadable job application template for Word. Have job applicants type their information online into this application form template. Sections include applicant information, education, references, previous employment, and military service. This simple employment online application template makes it easy for the recruitment team to recruit and intake potential candidates.

  4. APPLICATION | English meaning - Cambridge Dictionary

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    An application is a computer program that is designed for a particular purpose. application noun (REQUEST) [ C/U ] an official request for something, esp. one made in writing or by sending in a form: [ U ] a letter of application [ C ] I’ve sent off applications for four different jobs.

  5. Application Definition & Meaning | Dictionary.com

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    noun. the act of applying to a particular purpose or use. relevance or value the practical applications of space technology. the act of asking for something an application for leave. a verbal or written request, as for a job, etc he filed his application. diligent effort or concentration a job requiring application.

  6. APPLICATION | definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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    application noun (REQUEST) B1 [ C or U ] an official request for something, usually in writing: a letter of application. Free information will be sent out on application to (= if you ask) the central office. I've sent off applications for four different jobs.

  7. application ( ˌæplɪˈkeɪʃən) n 1. the act of applying to a particular purpose or use 2. relevance or value: the practical applications of space technology. 3. the act of asking for something: an application for leave. 4. a verbal or written request, as for a job, etc: he filed his application.

  8. 3 Ways to Apply for Admission Choose from the Future49er Application, Common App or CFNC Application to apply to Charlotte. Apply with the Future49er Application Apply with the Common App Apply with the CFNC Application Review Application Requirements: First-Year Requirements Transfer Requirements

  9. 10 Synonyms & Antonyms of APPLICATION - Merriam-Webster

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    Definition of application as in use the act or practice of employing something for a particular purpose fixing a snag in panty hose is not the intended application of nail polish, but it's a handy one Synonyms & Similar Words Relevance use usage operation exercise employment play exertion reuse Antonyms & Near Antonyms disuse nonuse

  10. What Is an Application? Definition from SearchSoftwareQuality

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    What is an application? An application, also referred to as an application program or application software, is a computer software package that performs a specific function directly for an end user or, in some cases, for another application. An application can be self-contained or a group of programs.

  11. A job application allows an individual to enter their personal details to apply for employment. After completing, it will provide the employer a snapshot of the applicant’s availability, education, and past work experience. The applicant may be required to authorize a declaration that certifies the information provided is true and accurate.