Network Definition

nĕtwûrk
networking, networks
noun
networks
Any arrangement or fabric of parallel wires, threads, etc. crossed at regular intervals by others fastened to them so as to leave open spaces; netting; mesh.
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Something resembling an openwork fabric or structure in form or concept, especially:
American Heritage
A thing resembling this in some way.
Webster's New World

A system, as within a business or university, consisting typically of a server and connected microcomputers, terminals, printers, etc.; specif., a local area network.

Webster's New World
A chain of transmitting stations linked by cable, microwave relay, satellite, etc., usually sharing the same programs.
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verb
networking
To cover with an openwork fabric or structure.
American Heritage
To present on or broadcast over a network.
Webster's New World
To organize or integrate into a network.
Webster's New World
To develop contacts or exchange information with others, as to further a career.
Webster's New World
To interconnect as components in a group or system.
American Heritage
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adjective
Broadcast over the stations of a network.
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Other Word Forms of Network

Noun

Singular:
network
Plural:
networks

Origin of Network

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