Phrase Origin mid 16th century (in prosecution (sense 2)): from Outdated French, or from late Latin prosecutio(n-), from prosequi ‘pursue, accompany’ (see prosecute). Software is a generic time period used to explain laptop packages that run on PCs, cell phones, tablets, or different smart units. Word Origin late Center English (as a noun in the sense ‘request, demand’): from Outdated French, or from Latin requisitio(n-), from requirere ‘search for’ (see require).
Phrase Origin late Middle English: from Outdated French, or from Latin lotio(n-), from lot- ‘washed’, from the verb lavare. Walmart job applications are accepted in both English and Spanish. Word Origin Middle English (as a noun): from Old French demande (noun), demander (verb), from Latin demandare ‘hand over, entrust’ (in medieval Latin ‘demand’), from de- ‘formally’ + mandare ‘to order’.
The word “application” used as an adjective is not restricted to the “of or pertaining to application software program” … Read More