Adjective "networkers" definition and examples

(Networkers may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)

Pronunciation

/ˈnɛtwəːkə/

Definitions and examples

noun

A person who works from home or from an external office via a computer network.
  1. 'Office networkers are protected by network firewalls and virus checkers which are absent in the home.'
  2. 'The largest networking company in the world is CISCO Systems and, with a worldwide shortage of trained networkers, CISCO Systems in 1997 set up a web-based academy to train people in its technology.'
  3. 'For a networker, it is a network with only one computer to be shared among an infinite number of people.'
A person who uses a network of professional or social contacts to further their career.
  1. 'Good listeners are often good networkers and articulate and confident people often do well in networking groups’.'
  2. 'Five years ago two women - Randa Shannon and Barb Kline, partners, dreamers, networkers, and peacemakers - bought the land.'
  3. '‘They considered me the master networker,’ he says.'
  4. 'If you haven't already, dissuade yourself from thinking that building effective relationships is the same as being a better networker.'
  5. 'It was a scenic change of venue and networkers were treated to food and drinks courtesy of the sponsors, chartered accounting firm Ferrier Hodgson, on the rolling lawns by the beach bar.'
  6. 'Serial networkers - you know, the ones you seem to innocently bump into at all sorts of events - can certainly teach us a thing or two.'
  7. 'Fortunately, Leri is the ultimate networker, with a Palm handheld that contains 4,200 names and counting.'
  8. 'However, his function in welcoming all the networkers was carried out admirably by his eldest son, complete with entourage of wife and baby son, while Steele's wife Sandra Lambrinos smiled benevolently over the entire event.'
  9. 'In Dyson's case, she was the permanent and permanently vacant Silicon Valley networker who got the job largely out of name recognition.'
  10. '‘I've always been a big networker, and when I look at my Rolodex I have over 1,000 names in there,’ he says.'

More definitions

1. any netlike combination of filaments, lines, veins, passages, or the like: a network of arteries; a network of sewers under the city.

2. Radio andTelevision. a group of transmitting stations linked by wire or microwave relay so that the same program can be broadcast or telecast by all. a company or organization that provides programs to be broadcast over these stations: She was hired by the network as program coordinator.

3. Telecommunications, Computers. a system containing an

More examples(as adjective)

"buyers can be networkers."

Origin

(network)