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or pro·gram·er  (prō′grăm′ər)
One who programs, especially:
a. Computers One who writes computer programs.
b. One who prepares or writes instructional programs.


(ˈprəʊɡræmə) or


(Computer Science) a person who writes a program so that data may be processed by a computer


or pro•gram•er

(ˈproʊ græm ər)

1. a person who programs or who is in charge of programming.
2. a person who programs a device, esp. one who writes computer programs.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.programmer - a person who designs and writes and tests computer programsprogrammer - a person who designs and writes and tests computer programs
computer science, computing - the branch of engineering science that studies (with the aid of computers) computable processes and structures
applied scientist, engineer, technologist - a person who uses scientific knowledge to solve practical problems
computer user - a person who uses computers for work or entertainment or communication or business
hacker - a programmer for whom computing is its own reward; may enjoy the challenge of breaking into other computers but does no harm; "true hackers subscribe to a code of ethics and look down upon crackers"
cyberpunk, cyber-terrorist, hacker - a programmer who breaks into computer systems in order to steal or change or destroy information as a form of cyber-terrorism
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programer (US) [ˈprəʊgræməʳ] Nprogramador(a) m/f


[ˈprəʊgræmər] nprogrammeur/euse m/f
She's a programmer → Elle est programmeuse.


nProgrammierer(in) m(f)


[ˈprəʊgræməʳ] n (Comput) → programmatore/trice


(ˈprəugrӕm) (American) program noun
1. (a booklet or paper giving the details of) the planned events in an entertainment etc. According to the programme, the show begins at 8.00.
2. a plan or scheme. a programme of reforms.
3. (British and American usually ˈprogram) a set of data, instructions etc put into a computer.
ˈprogram verbpresent participle ˈprogramming (American also ˈprograming): past tense, past participle ˈprogrammed (American also ˈprogramed) –
to give information, instructions etc to (a machine, especially a computer, so that it can do a particular job).
ˈprogrammer noun
a person who prepares a program for a computer.


مُبَرْمِج programátor programmør Programmierer προγραμματιστής programador ohjelmoija programmeur programer programmatore プログラマー 프로그래머 programmeur programmerer programista programador программист programmerare นักเขียนโปรแกรมคอมพิวเตอร์ programcı lập trình viên 程序师
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