Associations to the word «Header»
HEADER, noun. The upper portion of a page (or other) layout.
HEADER, noun. Text, or other visual information, used to mark off a quantity of text, often titling or summarizing it.
HEADER, noun. Text, or other visual information, that goes at the top of a column of information in a table.
HEADER, noun. (informal) A font, text style, or typesetting used for any of the above.
HEADER, noun. A brick that is laid sideways at the top of a wall or within the brickwork with the short side showing; compare stretcher
HEADER, noun. A horizontal structural or finish piece over an opening
HEADER, noun. A machine that cuts the heads off of grain etc
HEADER, noun. (soccer) the act of hitting the ball with the head
HEADER, noun. A headlong fall or jump
HEADER, noun. (computing) the first part of a file or record that describes its contents
HEADER, noun. (networking) the first part of a packet, often containing its address and descriptors
HEADER, noun. A raised tank that supplies water at constant pressure, especially to a central heating and hot water system
HEADER, noun. A pipe which connects several smaller pipes.
HEADER FILE, noun. (programming) A file, usually in the form of source code, that is automatically included in another source file by the compiler.
HEADER FILES, noun. Plural of header file
HEADER, noun. A line of text serving to indicate what the passage below it is about; "the heading seemed to have little to do with the text".
HEADER, noun. Horizontal beam used as a finishing piece over a door or window.
HEADER, noun. Brick that is laid sideways at the top of a wall.
HEADER, noun. A framing member crossing and supporting the ends of joists, studs, or rafters so as to transfer their weight to parallel joists, studs, or rafters.
HEADER, noun. A machine that cuts the heads off grain and moves them into a wagon.
HEADER, noun. (soccer) the act of hitting the ball with your head.
HEADER, noun. A headlong jump (or fall); "he took a header into the shrubbery".
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