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us·er

 (yo͞o′zər)
n.
1. One that uses: a user of public transportation.
2. One who uses a computer, computer program, or online service.
3. One who uses addictive drugs.

user

(ˈjuːzə)
n
1. (Law) law
a. the continued exercise, use, or enjoyment of a right, esp in property
b. a presumptive right based on long-continued use: right of user.
2. (often in combination) a person or thing that uses: a road-user.
3. informal a drug addict

us•er

(ˈyu zər)

n.
1. a person or thing that uses.
2. a person who uses drugs.
3. a person who uses a computer.
[1350–1400]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.user - a person who makes use of a thinguser - a person who makes use of a thing; someone who uses or employs something
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
consumer - a person who uses goods or services
end user - the ultimate user for which something is intended
usufructuary - someone who holds property by usufruct
utiliser, utilizer - someone who puts to good use; "not all organisms are utilizers of oxygen"; "the social agencies and their utilizers both objected to the budget cut"
wearer - a person who wears or carries or displays something as a body covering or accessory; "the wearer of the crown"
2.user - a person who uses something or someone selfishly or unethicallyuser - a person who uses something or someone selfishly or unethically
selfish person - a person who is unusually selfish
3.user - a person who takes drugsuser - a person who takes drugs    
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
addict - someone who is physiologically dependent on a substance; abrupt deprivation of the substance produces withdrawal symptoms
head - a user of (usually soft) drugs; "the office was full of secret heads"
tripper - (slang) someone who has taken a psychedelic drug and is undergoing hallucinations

user

noun
One who consumes goods and services:
Translations
مُسْتَخْدِممُسْتَعْمِل
uživatel-kaspotřebitel
brugernarkoman=-bruger
kasutajatarbijaväärtarbija
käyttäjäkuluttaja
korisnik
drogfogyasztófelhasználóhasználó
notandi
使用者
사용자
uporabnik
användare
ผู้ใช้
người sử dụng

user

[ˈjuːzəʳ]
A. N
1.usuario/a m/f
computer usersusuarios mpl de ordenadores
2. (Drugs) drug userdrogadicto/a m/f
heroin userheroinómano/a m/f
B. CPD user identification Nidentificación f del usuario
user language Nlenguaje m del usuario
user software Nsoftware m del usuario

user

[ˈjuːzər] n
[computer, car] → utilisateur/trice m/f; [road, electricity, gas, library, public transport] → usager m
[drug] → consommateur/trice m/f
(pejorative) (= person) personne qui se sert des autresuser-friendly [ˌjuːzərˈfrɛndli] adj (gen)facile à utiliser; [computer] → convivial(e)user group n (of product)groupe m d'utilisateurs; (of service)groupe m d'usagersuser interface ninterface f utilisateur
the development of better user interfaces → le développement de meilleures interfaces utilisateuruser name n (COMPUTING)nom m de l'utilisateuruser's guide nguide m de l'utilisateur

user

nBenutzer(in) m(f); (of machines also)Anwender(in) m(f); (of Internet, software etc)User(in) m(f); he’s a user of heroin or a heroin userer nimmt Heroin; my last boyfriend was just a user (pej)mein letzter Freund hat mich nur benutzt

user

:
user-definable
adj (Comput) keysfrei definierbar
user-defined
adj (Comput) keysbenutzerdefiniert, frei definiert
user file
n (Comput) → Benutzerdatei f
user-friendliness
user-friendly
user-generated
adj (Comput, Internet) contentvon den Benutzern eingebracht
user group
nNutzergruppe f; (Comput) → Anwendergruppe f
user ID, user identification
n (Comput) → Benutzerkennung f
user interface
n (esp Comput) → Benutzerschnittstelle f, → Benutzeroberfläche f
user language
n (Comput) → Benutzersprache f
user name
n (Comput) → Benutzername m
user password
n (Comput) → Benutzerkennwort nt
user profile
n (also Comput, Internet) → Benutzerprofil nt
user software
n (Comput) → Anwendersoftware f
user support
n (esp Comput) → Benutzerunterstützung f

user

[ˈjuːzəʳ] n (of public service, dictionary) → utente m/f; (of petrol, gas) → consumatore/trice
car users → automobilisti mpl
library users → lettori mpl
drug users → drogati mpl

use1

(juːz) verb
1. to employ (something) for a purpose. What did you use to open the can?; Use your common sense!
2. to consume. We're using far too much electricity.
ˈusable adjective
that can be used. Are any of these clothes usable?
used adjective
1. employed or put to a purpose. This road is not used any more.
2. not new. used cars.
ˈuser noun
a person who uses something. computer users; drug-users.
ˌuser-ˈfriendly adjective
(of a computer, dictionary, system etc) that is easy or simple to use, understand etc. a user-friendly camera.
ˌuser ˈguide noun
a list of instructions etc on how to use a particular product, system etc. The attached user guide explains how to install the program on your computer.
be used to (something) (ˈjuːstu)
accustomed to. She isn't used to such hard work.
used to (ˈjuːstu) negative short forms usedn't to, ~usen't to (ˈjuːsntu)
– (I, he etc) was in the habit of (doing something); (I, he etc) was (usually) in a particular position, state etc. I used to swim every day; She used not to be so forgetful; They used to play golf, didn't they?; Didn't you use(d) to live near me?; There used to be a butcher's shop there, didn't there?

user

مُسْتَخْدِم uživatel bruger Benutzer χρήστης usuario käyttäjä utilisateur korisnik utente 使用者 사용자 gebruiker bruker użytkownik usuário, utilizador пользователь användare ผู้ใช้ kullanıcı người sử dụng 使用者

user

n usuario -ria mf, consumidor -ra mf
References in classic literature ?
Bethell developed to its highest point in New York, a user of the telephone pays a fixed minimum price for a certain number of messages per year, and extra for all messages over this number.
In a single year of sweating and breathless activity,65,000 new telephones were put on desks or hung on walls--an average of one new user for every two minutes of the business day.
As a user of telephones New York has risen to be unapproachable.
A study of twelve single-system cities and twenty-seven double-system cities shows that there are about eleven per cent more telephones under the double-system, and that where the second system is put in, every fifth user is obliged to pay for two telephones.
He became a user of Voodoo, which seems to be a service of the utmost baseness and cruelty.
Then the user of them must have the greatest experience of them, and he must indicate to the maker the good or bad qualities which develop themselves in use; for example, the flute-player will tell the flute-maker which of his flutes is satisfactory to the performer; he will tell him how he ought to make them, and the other will attend to his instructions?
The instrument is the same, but about the excellence or badness of it the maker will only attain to a correct belief; and this he will gain from him who knows, by talking to him and being compelled to hear what he has to say, whereas the user will have knowledge?
In this scenario, when the end user creates a document and dicks "save," a box pops up on the screen and asks, "Is this a record?
Are the files on lost laptops critical to the user, a corporate goal, or a key sale?
Each user can then choose to accept his or her changes or the other user's changes by clicking on the appropriate button.
The research reported in this article is focused at the human-computer interaction and query level of Web user behavior.
While the user's questions primarily determine Mike's emotional state, the computer randomly selects the fluctuations of Mike's emotional state or "mood," causing his answers to change each time the user conducts an interview.