Common misspellings for operator:
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Definition of operator:
- The symbol that expresses the operation to be performed; -- called also facient.
- ( mathematics) a symbol that represents a function from functions to functions; " the integral operator"
- someone who owns or operates a business; " who is the operator of this franchise?"
- a speculator who trades aggressively on stock or commodity markets
- a shrewd or unscrupulous person who knows how to circumvent difficulties
- One who, or that which, operates or produces an effect.
- One who performs some act upon the human body by means of the hand, or with instruments.
- A dealer in stocks or any commodity for speculative purposes; a speculator.
- The symbol that expresses the operation to be performed; - called also facient.
- One who, or that which, works or acts; one who is employed in a telephone exchange to make connections between lines; one who runs a machine in a factory, etc.; a broker, or one who acts for others; as, a coal operator.
- He who or that which operates.