bandwidth /ˈbandwɪtθ, ˈbandwɪdθ/

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noun

1.
[Electronics] a range of frequencies within a given band, in particular that used for transmitting a signal.
2. the transmission capacity of a computer network or other telecommunication system.

posting separately wastes bandwidth and disk space.
3. the energy or mental capacity required to deal with a situation

he lives alone, and says he doesn’t have the bandwidth to handle a steady relationship.

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