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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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networkingnet‧work‧ing /ˈnetwɜːkɪŋ $ -wɜːr-/ AWL noun [uncountable]  BETOGETHERthe practice of meeting other people involved in the same kind of work, to share information, support each other etc I’m hoping to do some networking at the conference next week in London.
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networkingThe group's long-term aim is to get into non-Bull sites to deliver its consultancy and networking services.Local expertise includes financial and networking software.Not for him the glitzy party animal networking of the Beverly Hills A-list.The benefits of computer networking are obvious in theory - but so frequently disappointing in practice.In educational, professional and business environments the precedents for networking are clear.The crew is expected to be involved in networking technologies and other system software stuff.This requires a strategy of networking on a wide scale.do ... networkingShe also decided to do some networking by joining an area-wide women administrators' breakfast group.She would need to do some networking.
From Longman Business Dictionarynetworkingnet‧work‧ing /ˈnetwɜːkɪŋ-wɜːr-/ noun [uncountable]1making use of meetings with other people involved in the same kind of work, in order to share information, help each other etcan organization that aids networking among top executives2COMPUTING when several computers are connected together so that they operate as part of the same system, able to exchange information and messagesnetworking software
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