Results for: network
1. an interconnected group or system a network of shops
2. Also net a system of intersecting lines, roads, veins, etc.
3. another name for net1 , netting
4. (Electronics & Computer Science / Telecommunications) Radio Television a group of broadcasting stations that all transmit the same programme simultaneously
5. (Electronics) Electronics a system of interconnected components or circuits
6. (Electronics & Computer Science / Computer Science) Computing a system of interconnected computer systems, terminals, and other equipment allowing information to be exchanged
1. (Communication Arts / Broadcasting) (tr) Radio Television to broadcast on stations throughout the country the Scotland-England match was networked
2. (Electronics & Computer Science / Computer Science) Computing (of computers, terminals, etc.) to connect or be connected
3. (Business / Commerce) (intr) to form business contacts through informal social meetings
network /ntwrk/ n. 1 a system of connected travel routes or communication lines: a network of highways (railways, telephone lines)||a computer network 2 a large television or radio company with stations across the country: ABC, CBS, and NBC are the three major television networks.
v. [I] to meet and exchange information with people in ones business or profession, esp. in order to further ones career: She networked at a conference and learned about several new job openings.
Thesaurus: network n. 1 a web, maze, interconnection. v. to socialize, mingle (with others), make connections (with people).