|accordion with keyboard||piano accordion|
|(Computers) Alt key (keyboard key pressed in combination with other keys to execute commands)||Alt|
|a key on a computer keyboard that can be pressed together with another key to change the function of the latter||Alt key|
|a trademark for a typesetting machine that is run from a keyboard activating a unit that sets type by individual characters, brand name of a typesetting machine used to cast metal type||Monotype|
|additive, angry state, calm state, emotional condition, harden metal, hardness of metal, make somebody stronger, moderate, soften, tone down; toughen, temperament, disposition; mood, tendency to anger, tune early keyboard instrument||temper|
|air-driven musical instrument, hand-held keyboard instrument; concertina||accordion|
|antique keyboard instrument (early form of the piano), plucked keyboard instrument||harpsichord|
|at the edge, auxillary equipment that is connected to a computer (printer, keyboard, etc.), near the surface, not significant, of the circumference; circumferential; marginal; external, outer, exterior, peripheral piece of hardware||peripheral|
|bill, characteristic feature, distinction, document, hint, informal letter, intonation showing emotion, item of supplementary information, jotted record or summary, key on keyboard, mention something, musical or vocal sound, observe something, official...||note|
|chaste, living chastely, not having had sexual intercourse; innocent, pure, chaste; unsullied, untouched; new, old keyboard instrument||virginal|
|classical composition for a solo instrument, musical composition of three to four movements for one or two instruments, one-movement baroque keyboard composition||sonata|
|classify something, foreshadow something, general expression, input text using a keyboard; classify, determine the type of something (esp. blood); typify, exemplify; foreshadow, key words on keyboard, kind of person, kind or sort, linguistic unit, pers...||type|
|computer keyboard key, enter, return||enter key|
|cover of piano keyboard||fallboard|
|early keyboard instrument, early musical instrument which resembles the piano||clavichord|
|electronic musical instrument, keyboard that is programmed to produce sounds of musical instruments||mellotron|
|enter data using keyboard, register arrival for work||punch in|
|entering of type; act of pressing keys on a keyboard||typing|
|go backwards; be pulled backwards, key (on a computer keyboard or typewriter) that moves the cursor one space back, key for moving back one space, move back one space||backspace|
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