peripheral definition

  • adjective:
    • linked to, based in, or constituting an outer boundary or periphery.
    • Perceived or perceiving near the external edges regarding the retina: peripheral sight.
    • Anatomy of surface or exterior part of a body or organ; additional.
    • Anatomy Of, regarding, or becoming the main peripheral neurological system.
    • Of minor relevance or value.
    • Auxiliary.
    • on the periphery or boundary
    • near the point
    • unimportant
    • additional
    • an integral part of or found in the peripheral nervous system
    • Of or regarding a periphery; constituting a periphery; peripheric.
    • exterior; away from the center.
    • associated with the important thing issue not of central value
    • on or near an advantage or constituting an outer boundary; the outer location
  • noun:
    • Computer Science An auxiliary product, like a printer, modem, or storage space system, that works along with a computer.
    • a device, such as for example a printer or scanner, linked to some type of computer
    • among the exterior bony dishes for the carapace of a turtle: generally termed limited.
    • (computer technology) electronic equipment connected by cable toward CPU of a pc
  • others:
    • Of, owned by, or situated on periphery, circumference, or area generally; characteristic of or constituting the periphery: since, peripheral parts; peripheral growth.

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