(usually uncountable, plural greenwares)
green +"Ž -ware. From the concept that it is not yet ripe but rather needs time to age before being ready.
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An umbrella term for environment friendly hardware and software. For example, e-books that hold the equivalent of thousands of sheets of paper are greenware. See greenwashing, greenfield and wares.
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