key|board1 S3 [ˈki:bo:d US -bo:rd] n
1.) a board with buttons marked with letters or numbers that are pressed to put information into a computer or other machine
a computer keyboard
2.) the row of keys on some musical instruments that you press in order to play them
3.) also keyboards [plural]
an electronic musical instrument similar to a piano that can make sounds like many different instruments
Chris Kelly (guitar) and Benny Hayes (keyboards and vocals)
keyboard 2
keyboard2 v
[I and T]
to put information into a computer, using a keyboard
>keyboarding n [U]
keyboarding errors

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