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What does CS stand for?
CS stands for Clear Screen (Hyper Logo Turtle graphics command)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 301 other meanings of CS in our Acronym Attic
- Circuit Switch
- Cirrostratus (cloud formation)
- Cities: Skylines (gaming)
- Citrate Synthase
- Civil Servant
- Civil Service
- Civil Support
- Clairvoyant Scheme
- Classified Sensitive
- Clean Sheet (English soccer; goalie stat)
Samples in periodicals archive:
99): Featuring a protective polycarbonate case to protect the back, coupled with an ultra clear screen protector guarding the touchscreen.
The monitor would also, of course, be transparent and would let users touch the thin, clear screen to use its features.
techreview Product name: HTC Sensation XL Pros n Great audio quality with Beats n Bright and clear screen n Friendly HTC Sense 3.
Completely clear screens and you'll build up a point multiplier (needed if you want to top the Xbox online league tables), but chop a bomb and, depending on the game mode, you'll lose that multiplier, or a life.
The large, clear screen has a quick response when you key in numbers - some phones have a bit of a delay.
This is a neat gadget which projects essential driving information such as speed, cruise control and distance or time, in seconds, to the vehicle in front on to a retractable clear screen on top of the dash.
In a wi-fi culture, the walls between televisions, radios, books, music, phones and computers collapse; when you can read Shakespeare on a crystal clear screen and play your MP3s (which you transferred from vinyl last Christmas) through your home cinema system - while using Skype to watch live images of cousins polka-dancing in Warsaw - it is as if our reality is one giant digital cloud.