Definition of telecommute in English:

telecommute

Syllabification: tel·e·com·mute
Pronunciation: /ˈteləkəˌmyo͞ot/

verb

[no object] (usually as noun telecommuting)
Work from home, making use of the Internet, e-mail, and the telephone.
More example sentences
  • Experts say businesses should promote telecommuting, using the Internet and telephone for meetings, along with utilizing technology to monitor traffic flow, reducing accidents and improving throughput.
  • Consumers cited telecommuting and online video games as two important factors in their decision to sign up for broadband access.
  • I don't even see the point, since the job allows for telecommuting.

Derivatives

telecommuter

noun
More example sentences
  • A car-sharing facility, an E-Dock station, offices for telecommuters, and links to public transit are managed as an integrated unit.
  • These connect telecommuters, business travelers and off-site employees to a company's corporate network providing secure transparent access to business applications.
  • Companies, branch offices and telecommuters are increasingly using always-on Internet access that provides the high-capacity bandwidth necessary to fully realize the benefits of the networked economy.

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