someone who develops real estate (especially someone who prepares a site for residential or commercial use)
photographic equipment consisting of a chemical solution for developing film
a corporation or individual who finances or organizes a real estate development.
(Photog.) A chemical bath or reagent used in developing photographs. By the action of the developer, the latent image on a photographic plate or film, not perceptible to the eye after exposure in the camera, is developed and becomes visible.
A person or entity engaged in the creation or improvement of certain classes of products.
A real estate developer; a person or company who prepares a parcel of land for sale, or creates structures on that land.
A film developer; a person who uses chemicals to create photographs from photograph negatives.
A liquid used in the chemical processing of traditional photos.
A software developer; a person or company who creates or modifies computer software.
one who, or that which, develops
a reagent by the action of which the latent image upon a photographic plate, after exposure in the camera, or otherwise, is developed and visible
Developer is the fifth full-length album released by indie rock band Silkworm. It was their second and final album released on Matador Records before they switched to Touch and Go.
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Rank popularity for the word 'developer' in Nouns Frequency: #1893
The numerical value of developer in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of developer in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Donald Trump is a great entertainer and developer but his idea of what to do as president won't grow the economy.
From the enterprise or developer perspective, access to those 1.6 billion people is very exciting, people like a personalized experience and when the chatbot can remember personal details and follow up.
Depreciation for buildings that are not suffering wear and tear, that is a generous tax benefit, every developer gets that, but taking deductions on other people's money, that goes beyond what other real estate developers would do.
That means an existing library of more than 3,500 games will work on the service without any changes or modifications required by the developer.
And word caught on and word caught on, it’s just been extraordinary. We get people from all over the world that come here. On a busy weekend, Greasewood serves over 10,000 guests. While Greasewood is an institution in the desert, it will be getting a new home next spring after the land was sold to a property developer. It will be relocated to a different space in the Scottsdale area, but Hoyt Johnson wouldn't share of where exactly until the details become final. But the new location will bring the same feel and spirit as the old.
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- vývojář, developerCzech
- programmør, udviklerDanish
- promotor, desarrolladorSpanish
- kiinteistönkehittäjä, ohjelmoija, kehittäjä, ([[filmi]]n) [[kehittäjä]], rakennuttaja, tuotekehittäjä, kehitinFinnish
- concepteur, développeur, développateur, promoteur, programmeur, révélateur, créateurFrench
- fejlesztő, előhívó, előhívószerHungarian
- sviluppatore, liquido per sviluppare, sviluppatore di softwareItalian
- 現像液, プログラマーJapanese
- programmeur, promotor, ontwerper, ontwikkelaar, projectontwikkelaarDutch
- programista, deweloper, wywoływaczPolish
- desenvolvedor, revelador, programador, developerPortuguese
- conceptor, developator, creator, revelator, dezvoltator, lichid developatorRomanian
- застройщик, проявитель, разработчик, разработчица, программист, программисткаRussian
- zhvilluese, zhvilluesAlbanian
- utvecklare, mjukvaruutvecklareSwedish
- film banyosu ilacı, yazılım uzmanı, geliştirici, developman maddesiTurkish
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