One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1An expert in a particular field of technology.‘a food technologist’‘chief technologist for Internet security’
- ‘Some tech CEOs were technologists who fell into entrepreneurial ventures.’
- ‘The scientists, led by a textile technologist, used various methods to condition samples taken from a bale of cotton.’
- ‘Lay-offs on such a scale would pose significant proliferation risks when nuclear weapons scientists and technologists are forced to seek work elsewhere.’
- ‘Food technologists working with the company developed the improved process.’
- ‘Any information technologist understands the concept of data integrity.’
- 1.1US A person employed to look after technical equipment or do practical work in a laboratory.‘a laboratory technologist’
- ‘The book will be useful to ancillary health care personnel, including nurses and laboratory technologists as well as physicians.’
- ‘A medical technologist or equivalent staff person is required to run the test.’
- ‘He currently works as an MRI technologist in the Seattle area.’
- ‘She has worked as an X-ray technologist at the hospital for 18 years.’
- ‘Fearing the collapse of major computer systems as the new millennium dawned, there was a huge demand for technologists to help update systems quickly.’
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