- a person who specializes in technology.
Origin of technologist
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Examples from the Web for technologist
As an investor, a technologist, and an entrepreneur, Andreessen deserves a place in the World Wide Web Hall of Fame.
All of which needed to happen while Andy waited by the phone: Dom, a technologist with the city, would call when it was time.Wedding Bells at N.Y. City Hall
July 25, 2011
The technologist began to cry suddenly in a low, sobbing voice.Human Error
Raymond F. Jones
The account rendered by the technologist with respect to the light oils of the tar is thus a pretty good one.
The wish was expressed that I should stay in England and become a technologist, but I was too much attached to home.
It has been expressly written for the general reader and for the technologist in other branches of industry.The Manufacture of Paper
Robert Walter Sindall
This method brings the technologist into competition with Nature, and we shall see the result.
Word Origin and History for technologist
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