operator

[ op-uh-rey-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF operator

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OPERATOR

Add the weight of the operator to the weight of the complete machine.

This includes the total weight of the machine and equipment, and also the operator.

Bleriot—(Drexel, operator)—exactly the same as Moissant's machine.

This apparatus is intended to carry only one person (the operator).

The operator offered him the hospitality of the private room, but this he declined.

"You are right, sir," the operator said in corroboration of McGuire's remark.

No dots or dashes, as the operator had said, but the signal was strong.

An operator was breaking in on the conversation as he was about to hang up.

That meant the operator was a non-com which would make it a little easier.

The operator did some plugging and after a bit came back with a report.

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