See also: ram, Ram, rám, râm, Râm, and rắm
1 GB of DDR RAM (memory).

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NounEdit

RAM ‎(plural RAMs)

  1. (electronics, computing) Acronym of random access memory.
  2. (project management) Responsibility assignment matrix.
  3. (risk management) Reliability availability maintainability.
  4. (military) Radar-absorbent material, a material absorbent to radar.

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RAM

  1. Royal Academy of Music.

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Related termsEdit

  • (computing): ROM

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HungarianEdit

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NounEdit

RAM ‎(plural RAM-ok)

  1. (electronics, computing) RAM (random access memory)

DeclensionEdit

Inflection (stem in -o-, back harmony)
singular plural
nominative RAM RAM-ok
accusative RAM-ot RAM-okat
dative RAM-nak RAM-oknak
instrumental RAM-mal RAM-okkal
causal-final RAM-ért RAM-okért
translative RAM-má RAM-okká
terminative RAM-ig RAM-okig
essive-formal RAM-ként RAM-okként
essive-modal
inessive RAM-ban RAM-okban
superessive RAM-on RAM-okon
adessive RAM-nál RAM-oknál
illative RAM-ba RAM-okba
sublative RAM-ra RAM-okra
allative RAM-hoz RAM-okhoz
elative RAM-ból RAM-okból
delative RAM-ról RAM-okról
ablative RAM-tól RAM-októl
Possessive forms of RAM
possessor single possession multiple possessions
1st person sing. RAM-om RAM-jaim
2nd person sing. RAM-od RAM-jaid
3rd person sing. RAM-ja RAM-jai
1st person plural RAM-unk RAM-jaink
2nd person plural RAM-otok RAM-jaitok
3rd person plural RAM-juk RAM-jaik

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from English RAM

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NounEdit

RAM ‎(katakana ラム, romaji ramu)

  1. (electronics, computing) RAM

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