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British English: analogue ADJECTIVE
Analogue technology involves measuring, storing, or recording an infinitely variable amount of information by using physical quantities such as voltage.
The analogue signals from the video tape are converted into digital code.
British English: analogue NOUN
If one thing is an analogue of another, it is similar in some way.
No model can ever be a perfect analogue of nature itself.
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