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1. One that performs an operation or a function.
2. Grammar See function word.

[New Latin fūnctor, from Latin fūnctiō, performance, function; see function.]


1. (Grammar) (in grammar) a function word or form word
2. (Mathematics) (in mathematics) a function that maps elements of one set to those of another


(ˈfʌŋk tər)

that which functions; operator.
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