analogue

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In the analogue age, calculations took much longer.

analogue

/ ˈænəlɒɡ / adjective

Analogue is spelled analog in North America.

Analogue devices, recordings, etc. use a system of continually changing signals and are not digital:
Analogue recordings from the 60s and 70s are being remastered for a digital age.

Analogue can also be used to refer to ways of doing things that do not involve computers:
It’s more efficient to have business meetings the analogue way: face to face.

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