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HEADWORD: metadata n.


VERB/NOUN: be,  be accompanied by, be associated with, be bothered about, be scarfed up, be upset about, be written into, build up, care about, collect, conclude from, create, define, describe, disclose, disseminate, dissect, edit, provide, relate to, reveal, run on, transmit;


ADJECTIVE/ADVERB: accompanying, administrative, available, descriptive, extensive, so‑called, statistical, structural;


EXAMPLES: is metadata collected by the government a threat to your privacy?;  it is imperative that we build up this metadata and disseminate it widely; descriptive metadata is a resource for discovery and identification, including elements such as title, abstract, author, and keywords; structural metadata is a way to define how objects are put together, for example, how pages are ordered to form chapters; administrative metadata is information to help manage a resource, such as when and how it was created, file types, and who has access; metadata provides enough context to know some of the most intimate details of your lives; however, not all digital cameras enable you to edit metadata;


SYNONYMS: data about data, summarized information about data, infrastructure for spatial information;


GERMAN: Metadaten, Metainformationen;