Origin of rapportFrench from Old French raport, agreement, accord, literally , a bringing back from raporter, to bring back from re- ( from Classical Latin re-), again + aporter, to bring from Classical Latin apportare from ad-, to + portare, to carry: see port
The students are making excellent progress because their teacher has a good rapport with them.
An example of rapport is a student-teacher relationship built on mutual respect.
Origin of rapportFrench from Old French from raporter to bring back re- re- aporter to bring ( from Latin apportāre ) ( ad- ad- ) ( portāre to carry ; see per-2 in Indo-European roots.)
rapport - Computer Definition
The former name of device management software from Wyse Technology, San Jose, CA (www.wyse.com) that is designed to centrally control up to 100,000+ devices, including Wyse thin clients (see Winterm), Palm, PocketPC and other mobile devices. Rebranded as "Wyse Device Manager" in 2007, it provides access to local and remote client information stored in one or more MSDE-SQL or MS-SQL databases. It also optimizes network bandwidth during software distribution operations, provides manual and automatic discovery of network devices and performs scheduled updates and remote diagnostics.
- She can quickly establish a good rapport with the children she works with.
- Alison also has a strong rapport with the children in the school.
- There was a good rapport between tutor and learner.
- She has an excellent rapport with her music students.
- We had a real good rapport with the company.