Deutsch: Applikation / Español: Aplicación / Français: Application / Italiano: Applicazione

The term application may refer to the following:

  • the act of putting to a specific use or purpose
  • the specific use or purpose to which something is put
  • the act or instance of administering or bringing into contact
  • something that is administered or brought into contact
  • the capacity for practical use
  • persistent, focused, close attention to a specific task or set of tasks
  • a spoken or written request, appeal or petition
  • application form, a type of form to be filled out by an applicant
  • application software, a computer program or a set of programs designed for a specific purpose or a set of coordinated and interrelated purposes

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