Word forms "bandwidth":
singular bandwidth plural bandwidths1) computing the amount of information that can be sent each second over a network connection. A broadband Internet connection has high bandwidth.2) informal the ability to deal with work, problems etc
I'm out of bandwidth (= I can't deal with any more things).
English dictionary. 2014.
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