# Associations to the word «Operator»

## Noun

- Hilbert
- Telecom
- Annihilation
- Algebra
- Stagecoach
- Wireless
- Subspace
- Subscriber
- Multiplication
- Tensor
- Matrice
- Telegraph
- Emu
- Sonar
- Telecommunication
- Neumann
- Telephone
- Integral
- Topology
- Negation
- Mobile
- Momentum
- Caller
- Bus
- Calculus
- Intercept
- Navigator
- Fourier
- Vector
- Precedence
- Gunner
- Radar
- Cable
- Provider
- Morse
- Camera
- Predicate
- Billing
- Elevator
- Theorem
- Manifold
- Airline
- Mechanics
- Kernel
- Semantics
- Commuter
- Airbus
- Technician
- Regulator
- Notation
- Airway
- Transit
- Streetcar
- Keyword
- Differentiation
- Crossover
- Constructor
- Matrix
- Faa
- Divergence
- Dial
- Polynomial

## Adjective

## Wiktionary

OPERATOR, noun. One who operates.

OPERATOR, noun. A telecommunications facilitator whose job is to establish temporary network connections.

OPERATOR, noun. (mathematics) A function or other mapping that carries variables defined on a domain into another variable or set of variables in a defined range.

OPERATOR, noun. Chinese whispers.

OPERATOR, noun. (informal) A person who is adept at making deals or getting results, especially one who uses questionable methods.

OPERATOR, noun. A member of a military Special Operations unit.

OPERATOR, noun. (computing) The administrator of a channel or network on IRC.

OPERATOR, noun. (linguistics) A kind of expression that enters into an a-bar movement dependency and is said to bind a variable.

OPERATOR THEORY, noun. (math) A branch of functional analysis, being the study of linear operators on function spaces.

## Dictionary definition

OPERATOR, noun. (mathematics) a symbol or function representing a mathematical operation.

OPERATOR, noun. An agent that operates some apparatus or machine; "the operator of the switchboard".

OPERATOR, noun. Someone who owns or operates a business; "who is the operator of this franchise?".

OPERATOR, noun. A shrewd or unscrupulous person who knows how to circumvent difficulties.

OPERATOR, noun. A speculator who trades aggressively on stock or commodity markets.

## Wise words

We should have a great fewer disputes in the world if words
were taken for what they are, the signs of our ideas only,
and not for things themselves.