Definition of networker in English:

networker

Syllabification: net·work·er
Pronunciation: /ˈnetˌwərkər
 
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noun

  • 1 Computing A person who works from home or from an external office via a computer network.
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    • Office networkers are protected by network firewalls and virus checkers which are absent in the home.
    • Most doctors don't even touch a PC unless they have to and the vast array of different computers, terminals, servers, what-have-you throughout the service is a networker's nightmare.
    • Still, right now, Linux is a specialized operating system catering to developers, networkers and IT professionals.
  • 2A person who interacts or exchanges information with others working in a similar field, especially to further their career.
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    • Lee is a very remarkable guy, and a great networker.
    • He's a charismatic networker and a man with high political ties stemming back to his days in the Australian Labor Party.
    • Fortunately, Leri is the ultimate networker, with a Palm handheld that contains 4,200 names and counting.

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