instructions n : a manual usually accompanying a technical device and explaining how to install or operate it [syn: instruction manual, book of instructions, operating instructions]
- Plural of instruction
An instruction is a form of communicated information that is both command and explanation'' for how an action, behavior, method, or task is to be begun, completed, conducted, or executed.
Instruction may also refer to:
- Teaching, a form of instruction.
- Sebayt, a work of the ancient Egyptian didactic literature aiming to teach ethical behaviour.
- Instruction (computer science), a single operation of a processor within a computer architecture
- In the context of French law (or inquisitorial systems based on France's), the instruction is the pre-trial phase of a criminal investigation that is led by a judge. More generally, it refers to phases of judicial or administrative proceedings where a request is investigated, and information pertaining to it is collected, before a final decision is made.
- Instruction (band), a rock band (2002-2005), from New York City
- Instructions (album), the second solo album by Jermaine Dupri, released in 2001.
instructions in Bulgarian: Инструкция
instructions in Czech: Instrukce (rozcestník)
instructions in French: Instruction
instructions in Italian: Istruzione
instructions in Dutch: Instructie
instructions in Slovak: Inštrukcia
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