Filter in a sentence as a noun

It sounds to me like it acts as a filter for people who can't take a joke.

This caused a slight DC bias within each sub band filter.

I have no argument with that;- whiteboarding code by itself is not a great filter.

Simple coding tests largely filter these people out so if you're offended by such simple tests, just do it and move on.

It not only opens up a whole new industry to work with, but also it creates a good 'filter' to filter out the bad ones.

Filter in a sentence as a verb

Most any page on most websites can be generated with just a small handful of queries if you know how to write them to properly filter, summarize and restructure the data.

When you ask someone their interests or opinions it will pass through various filters of what that person thinks you want to hear, what they want the world to believe, what they themselves wish they were and so on.

It's developing that filter experts have which separates relevant information from irrelevant information.

However, in the immediately previous paragraph, he noted:> one employee spied on a spouseSo much for automated analysis, besides not being able to filter out US citizens' data it can't even filter out an employee's direct family.

Probably $10k worth of code, and $39,990,000 worth of strategizing, consulting, Powerpoint presentations, and general hand-wringing about the "death of the news industry".All I know is, if I'd spent $40mil on a paywall, I'd be damn sure it was written to filter on the server-side, not with a client-blockable overlay like they have supposedly implemented.

Filter definitions


device that removes something from whatever passes through it


an electrical device that alters the frequency spectrum of signals passing through it


remove by passing through a filter; "filter out the impurities"

See also: filtrate strain


pass through; "Water permeates sand easily"

See also: percolate permeate


run or flow slowly, as in drops or in an unsteady stream; "water trickled onto the lawn from the broken hose"; "reports began to dribble in"

See also: trickle dribble