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prosumer

Line breaks: pro|sumer
Pronunciation: /prəʊˈsuːmə
 
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Definition of prosumer in English:

noun

1A person who buys electronic goods that are of a standard between those aimed at consumers and professionals: [as modifier]: the prosumer market
More example sentences
  • And while the line-input's audio quality isn't professional, or even prosumer level, it's still good enough for most consumer applications.
  • Its $1700 price point makes it a prosumer device.
  • Being a good deal smaller and lighter than its predecessor, it's barely larger than some of the prosumer types on sale.

Origin

1980s: from professional or producer + consumer.

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