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installer

noun [C]
 
 
/ɪnˈstɔːlər/ US   //
IT a computer program that helps you put software onto a computer: The latest version of this software has an improved installer with better junk mail filtering.
someone whose job is to put furniture, equipment, a machine, etc. into the correct position and make it ready to use: The expert car seat installer said parents often try to install the seats themselves, but often don't do it right.
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