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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Occupations, Computers
telecommutertele‧com‧mut‧er /ˈtelikəˌmjuːtə $ -tər/ noun [countable]  BOWORKERsomeone who works at home using a computer connected to a company’s main officetelecommuting noun [uncountable]
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telecommuterThat takes the strain off a phone system designed to carry voice and provides higher throughput for Internet users and telecommuters.I wonder what the rest of the 300,000 Bay Area telecommuters are doing right now.Can Eric and the thousands of teleworkers lining up behind him be-come career telecommuters?As a heavy Web user, I love it, and lots of telecommuters swear by it.And the number of telecommuters is large and growing.But what was striking about the survey was the depth of devotion that telecommuters bring to the arrangement.
From Longman Business Dictionarytelecommutertele‧com‧mut‧er /ˈtelikəˌmjuːtə-tər/ noun [countable]JOBTELECOMMUNICATIONS someone who works from home using a computer connected to the office of the company they are working for SYN TELEWORKERtelecommuting noun [uncountable]
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