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  • nounone who operates a machine
  • nounone who operates workable property
  • nounmanipulator
  • nouncontroller

synonyms for operator

  • driver
  • engineer
  • operative
  • operant
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I later went to New York for three years to train nuclear operators in Saratoga Springs.
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The plaintiffs in the new cases are essentially arguing that streaming services have more in common with cable TV operators than they do with the Internet.
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It turned out that not all service operators had made the effort to tell users in advance.
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That task falls to professional operators, experts in an individual telescope’s complex operations who still work in control rooms located on observatory mountaintops.
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An operator answering the phone referred the Blade to the direct number of the department’s Chief of Police, Andrew Block.
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Elected leaders have touted proposals before, only to see them die from lack of support from other electeds, or from the operators with the financial wherewithal to referend them.
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Campbell was able to broker a compromise between short-term vacation operators and a regional hotel union.
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Campbell brokered a compromise between Expedia Group, the parent company for short-term operators HomeAway and Vrbo, and UNITE HERE Local 30, the regional hotel union.
MORNING REPORT: INSIDE WESTVIEW HIGH’S MANY HARASSMENT, ABUSE COMPLAINTSVOICE OF SAN DIEGOJULY 2, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
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Mark Samuels, executive vice president of product and creative for Primordia, a hemp operator in Imperial County, said that the confiscations of samples headed to a testing lab can have significant impacts.
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