typist


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typ·ist

 (tī′pĭst)
n.
One who operates a typewriter.

typist

(ˈtaɪpɪst)
n
a person who types, esp for a living

typ•ist

(ˈtaɪ pɪst)

n.
a person who operates a typewriter.
[1880–85]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.typist - someone paid to operate a typewritertypist - someone paid to operate a typewriter
employee - a worker who is hired to perform a job
touch-typist - a skilled typist who can type a document without looking at the keyboard
Translations
كَاتِبٌ عَلَى الآلَةِ الكَاتِبَةكاتِب على الآلَةِ الكاتِبَه
písař-ka
maskinskriver
konekirjoittaja
daktilograf
vélritari
タイピスト
타이피스트
strojepisec
maskinskrivare
ผู้พิมพ์ดีด
nhân viên đánh máy

typist

[ˈtaɪpɪst] Nmecanógrafo/a m/f

typist

[ˈtaɪpɪst] ndactylo mf

typist

n (professional) → Schreibkraft f, → Stenotypist(in) m(f), → Tippse f (pej inf); he couldn’t find a typist for his thesiser konnte niemanden finden, der ihm seine Doktorarbeit tippte

typist

[ˈtaɪpɪst] ndattilografo/a

type2

(taip) noun
1. (a particular variety of) metal blocks with letters, numbers etc used in printing. Can we have the headline printed in a different type?
2. printed letters, words etc. I can't read the type – it's too small.
verb
to write (something) using a typewriter. Can you type?; I'm typing a letter.
ˈtyping, typewriting noun
writing produced by a typewriter. fifty pages of typing.
ˈtypist noun
a person whose job is to type. She works as a typist; She is a typist in a publishing firm.
ˈtypewriter noun
a machine with keys for printing letters on a piece of paper. a portable / an electric typewriter.

typist

كَاتِبٌ عَلَى الآلَةِ الكَاتِبَة písař maskinskriver Schreibkraft δακτυλογράφος mecanógrafo konekirjoittaja dactylo daktilograf dattilografo タイピスト 타이피스트 typist maskinskriver maszynistka dactilógrafo, datilógrafo машинистка maskinskrivare ผู้พิมพ์ดีด daktilograf nhân viên đánh máy 打字员
References in classic literature ?
Her education made it likely that she would be a typist more efficient than the average, and her story made her claims appealing.
He gave Philip a glance but did not speak to him; he dictated a letter to the typist, a girl who sat at a small table in one corner; then he asked Philip his name, age, and what experience he had had.
She made her way to the side of the first disengaged typist, and sitting in an easy-chair gave down her copy, here and there adding a little but leaving it mainly in the rough.
In such happy, healthful activities did Mr Nutt disport himself, until the ensuing Saturday found him at the same desk, dictating to the same typist, and using the same blue pencil on the first instalment of Mr Finn's revelations.
If you persist, lawyers' clerks will have to make flying leaps into the mud; young lady typists will have to fidget behind you.
But she liked to pretend that she was indistinguishable from the rest, and that when a wet day drove her to the Underground or omnibus, she gave and took her share of crowd and wet with clerks and typists and commercial men, and shared with them the serious business of winding-up the world to tick for another four-and-twenty hours.
Mary, who is originally from South Shields and now lives in Whitburn, began her career as a secretary and shorthand typist and worked for many years for a firm of chartered accountants until she was made redundant in 1999.
Gruntorad endured, the underground writers and typists continued to tap-tap-tap, the Libri collection remained, for the most part, undetected, and eventually the totalitarians were given the heave-ho.
Another typist added that applications for visa renewal continue to be processed and only new applications are being subjected to the "change".
Playing Flaemmchen, the typist, is a very winning Beth Malone.
SpeakWrite has enjoyed steady and uninterrupted growth since our inception in 1997, but as word of the availability of such a service and its value has continued to spread and as the weakened economy has forced more and more offices to examine their operations for increased efficiencies and cost savings, our demand for additional typist capacity has skyrocketed," said Richard Jackson, SpeakWrite president/CEO.
Downing was just 17, with a mental age of 11, when he found the bludgeoned and bloody body of 32-year-old typist Wendy Sewell in the graveyard where he worked in Bakewell, Derbyshire.