"rem out" meaning in All languages combined

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Verb [English]

Forms: rems out [present, singular, third-person], remming out [participle, present], remmed out [participle, past], remmed out [past]
Etymology: From rem (a shortening of remark, used as a comment-marking keyword in some programming languages) + out. Head templates: {{en-verb|*}} rem out (third-person singular simple present rems out, present participle remming out, simple past and past participle remmed out)
  1. (programming, dated, transitive) To temporarily disable (a portion of source code) by converting it into a comment. Tags: dated, transitive Categories (topical): Programming Synonyms: comment out

Inflected forms

Download JSONL data for rem out meaning in All languages combined (2.2kB)

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