Instruction meaning

ĭn-strŭkshən
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The act of instructing; education.
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A sequence of bits that tells a computer's central processing unit to perform a particular operation. An instruction can also contain data to be used in the operation.
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(1) A statement in a programming language. See source code.
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(computers) A sequence of bits that tells a central processing unit to perform a particular operation and can contain data to be used in the operation.
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The act, practice, or profession of instructing.

Math instruction.

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The definition of instruction is the act of educating, giving the steps that must be followed or an order.

An example of instruction is someone giving another person detailed directions to the library.

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(uncountable) The act of instructing, teaching, or furnishing with information or knowledge.

Students receive instruction in the arts and sciences.

Instruction will be provided on how to handle difficult customers.

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(countable) An order or command.
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(computing) A single operation of a processor defined by an instruction set architecture.
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(countable) An instance of the information or knowledge so furnished.
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Origin of instruction

  • Middle English instruccioun, from Old French instruccion, from Latin instructio

    From Wiktionary