What does researcher mean?

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. research worker, researcher, investigator(noun)

    a scientist who devotes himself to doing research

Wiktionary

  1. researcher(Noun)

    One who researches.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Researcher(noun)

    one who researches

Freebase

  1. Researcher

    A researcher is somebody who performs research, independently as a principal investigator, the search for knowledge or in general any systematic investigation to establish facts. Researchers can work in academic, industrial, government, or private institutions.

Editors Contribution

  1. researcher

    A person with the accurate and specific experience, education, qualifications, skills and training to complete research in their specific field or area of expertise.

    Researchers are employed in various parts of society i.e. universities, government, science and communities.

    Submitted by MaryC on July 2, 2016  

British National Corpus

  1. Nouns Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'researcher' in Nouns Frequency: #1212

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of researcher in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of researcher in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

Examples of researcher in a Sentence

  1. Nate Cardozo:

    Instead of working with the researchers to fix the problem, Volkswagen chose to bury its head in the sand and pretend that banning academic discussion of the flaw would somehow prevent thieves from learning of it and exploiting it, because of Volkswagen's refusal to engage with the security researcher community, their cars may still be vulnerable to the attack and their customers are less secure.

  2. Ann Budzak-Garza:

    It's being in a state of hyper-alertness and being on guard for what's coming next, one researcher felt there was an educationally-induced post-traumatic stress disorder found in numerous kids who had experienced corporal punishment in schools.

  3. Patrick Gore:

    Even though Charlie Capalbo was n’t feeling well, I know Charlie Capalbo never used it as an excuse ; Charlie Capalbo wanted to be on the ice and give Charlie Capalbo best effort, charlie Capalbo’s got that fighting mentality, that will-to-win mentality. Capalbo’s mother told the news outlet she suspects her son was downplaying his symptoms so he could continue to represent his team on the ice. After losing in the state tournament, Charlie Capalbo returned to the initial physician’s office, and Charlie Capalbo father, Anthony, demanded blood work and a chest X-ray for his son, the CT Post reported. CANCER RESEARCHER-TURNED-PATIENT STARTS FACEBOOK GROUP TO TACKLE COMPLEX WORLD OF CLINICAL TRIALS The tests detected a large mass growing in Capalbo’s chest, and the next day Charlie Capalbo arrived at Yale-New Haven Hospital for a series of tests to determine whether the cancer had spread and to formulate a 32-month treatment plan, according to the report.

  4. Professor Jonas Buchli:

    The construction site for us, as a robotics researcher, is an interesting environment because it somewhere in between the completely planned and controlled environment of a factory or a lab floor, and the completely chaotic environment of outdoors, so it's kind of a semi-structured environment where we can test and develop the technology that is required for robots to move around and do useful things in such environments.

  5. Carol Schweitzer:

    In addition, there was a lot of spruce and hemlock and those three pollens the researcher was able to articulate were from the northeastern U.S., probably in a very heavy forest area.

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