version
[və:ʒən]

noun

[Definition]: a varaint of something, such as software

[Example Sentences]:
1. The next version will add support for Hadoop 2.0.
2. My new and much stronger benchmark numbers were achieved with firmware version 1.0.0.76.
3. The pair should run the latest version of Android Lollipop 5.0.2.
4. The iOS version of the app was released on April 7.
5. It also includes enterprise services such as Azure and the business version of Office 365.
6. It also has a very simple browser and is overlaid on Android older version 2.3.
7. The earlier Apple TV version will continue to be sold for $69.
8. The iPhone version remains at its current price of $3.
9. The company wants finish a version of its platform by 2021.
10. The Mac version is available from the Mac App Store for $50.
11. Those users get a free update to version 10.
12. An early version of the platform was introduced in Florida in January 2015.
13. This is an updated version of a story that appeared in June 2016.
14. These optional features will vary based on the version of Windows 10.
15. Washington state has its own version, which is scheduled to open in mid-2014.


[Antonyms]text, problem, difficulty

[Synonyms]account, description, translation
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