researcher


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re·search

 (rĭ-sûrch′, rē′sûrch′)
n.
1. Careful study of a given subject, field, or problem, undertaken to discover facts or principles.
2. An act or period of such study: her researches of medieval parish records.
v. re·searched, re·search·ing, re·search·es
v.intr.
To engage in or perform research.
v.tr.
1. To study (something) thoroughly so as to present in a detailed, accurate manner: researching the effects of acid rain.
2. To do research for: research a magazine article.

[Obsolete French recerche, from recercher, to search closely, from Old French : re-, re- + cerchier, to search; see search.]

re·search′a·ble adj.
re·search′er, re·search′ist n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.researcher - a scientist who devotes himself to doing researchresearcher - a scientist who devotes himself to doing research
experimenter - a research worker who conducts experiments
boffin - (British slang) a scientist or technician engaged in military research
fieldworker - a researcher who works in the field
post doc, postdoc - a scholar or researcher who is involved in academic study beyond the level of a doctoral degree
scientist - a person with advanced knowledge of one or more sciences

researcher

noun
Translations
باحِث
badatelvýzkumník
forsker
rannsóknarmaîur
výskumník
araştırmacı

researcher

[rɪˈsɜːtʃəʳ] Ninvestigador(a) m/f

researcher

[rɪˈsɜːrtʃər] nchercheur/euse m/fresearch fellow nchercheur/euse m/f attaché(e) à l'universitéresearch fellowship nposte m de chercheur/euse attaché(e) à l'universitéresearch laboratory nlaboratoire m de recherche, laboratoire m de recherchesresearch scientist nchercheur/euse m/fresearch student nétudiant(e) chercheur/euse m/fresearch work nrecherches fpl
his research work since 1985 → ses recherches depuis 1985
What attracted you to research work? → Qu'est-ce qui vous a attiré vers la recherche?research worker nchercheur/euse m/f

researcher

nForscher(in) m(f)

researcher

[rɪˈsɜːtʃəʳ] nricercatore/trice

research

(riˈsəːtʃ) , ((especially American) ˈri:sə:(r)tʃ) noun
a close and careful study to find out (new) facts or information. He is engaged in cancer research; His researches resulted in some amazing discoveries; (also adjective) a research student.
(riˈsəː(r)tʃ) verb
to carry out such a study. He's researching (into) Thai poetry.
reˈsearcher (riˈsəːtʃə) , ((American also) ˈri:sə:rtʃər) noun
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The Researcher looked round him once more: and now the Facts accumulated in such bewildering profusion, that the Theory was lost among them.
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This is certainly true, but in order to ascribe proper meanings to the attitudes or habits of those in a "strange" culture, the researcher must externalize and evaluate her own attitudes and habits.
Johns Hopkins University researcher Robert Slavin has proposed a solution called "paired awards.
Ryosuke Takahashi, Chair of Neurology and Clinical Research at Kyoto University and a leading researcher in motor neurodegeneration, also commented on his colleagues' findings.
Of the many ingredients to writing a "winning proposal" prescribed by NSERC, critical constructive review by an experienced researcher seems to be the one most frequently overlooked.
Thanos, a Brookhaven National Laboratory researcher, trained rats to regularly take alcohol, then introduced additional D2 receptors into their brains.
University of California, San Francisco, AIDS researcher William Woods, whose name is on the list of 157, says he is reluctant to talk about it because of the atmosphere of fear and intimidation that such a list produces.
Throughout the book, she intersperses scholarly debates concerning the role of the researcher's emotions in social science, the contested value of objective neutrality, and the nature of the relationship between researcher and participant.
Based on this guidance, it is possible for certain contract research payments to be deemed qualified research expenditures for the contractor/funder, researcher, neither or both.
In the early days, if a researcher could demonstrate a new and innovative way to digitize content, that researcher's project was considered a success almost regardless of the outcome.
Still, as one bench researcher put it, "Everybody is asked to do too much.

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