user

1
[ yoo-zer ]
/ ˈyu zər /

noun

a person or thing that uses.
a person who is addicted to or abuses a controlled substance or alcohol; one who uses illegal or addictive drugs.
Digital Technology. a person who uses a computer, device, or application: This interface should be more intuitive for users.

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Origin of user

1
First recorded in 1350–1400; Middle English usere; see use, -er1

Definition for user (2 of 2)

user2
[ oo-zer ]
/ ˈu zər /

noun Law.

the exercise of a right to the enjoyment of property.

Origin of user

2
noun use of Anglo-French user to use
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British Dictionary definitions for user

user
/ (ˈjuːzə) /

noun

law
  1. the continued exercise, use, or enjoyment of a right, esp in property
  2. a presumptive right based on long-continued useright of user
(often in combination) a person or thing that usesa road-user
informal a drug addict
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