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[tek-nol-uh-jist] /tɛkˈnɒl ə dʒɪst/
a person who specializes in technology.
Origin of technologist
1855-60; technolog(y) + -ist
Related forms
antitechnologist, noun Unabridged
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Examples from the web for technologist
  • The applicant comes across as a teacher who uses technology, not as a technologist who happens to teach.
  • We cannot profess, therefore, to be guiding the technologist or the engineer.
  • The technologist uses standard positions, measures the patient part and applies recommended exposures.
  • Bill is an anti-technologist who hates electronic media and scientific agriculture, and preaches against economic growth.
  • Although he wasn't a technologist, he was an entrepreneur with a great eye for acquiring car companies run by technologists.
  • As an avid technologist nothing could be more intriguing than to watch the emergence of a great technology such as this one.
  • Technicians may advance to the technologist level of practice with supplemental formal education and credentialing.
  • technologist trainees are usually hired by laboratories where they work as interns.
Word Origin and History for technologist

1859, from technology + -ist.

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technologist in Medicine

technologist tech·nol·o·gist (těk-nŏl'ə-jĭst)
See technician.

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