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computerate

Line breaks: com|puter|ate
Pronunciation: /kəmˈpjuːtərət
 
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Definition of computerate in English:

adjective

informal
Another term for computer-literate. a computerate person with publishing experience
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  • ‘The approach we have to religion - making the children as religiously literate as they are ‘computerate’ and numerate - can be especially attractive to middle class parents,’ Mr Richards said.
  • We are delighted that a company of four visually impaired computerate colleagues have come on board to provide support and training.
  • There is a positive stereotype secretly held by librarians, one that casts us as fearlessly impartial, lightly well-read, knowingly computerate and less socially inept than socially committed.

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