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end usernoun [C]

uk   us   (also end-user)
the ​person or ​organization that uses a ​product or ​service: The ​management of ​distributors and ​dealers were ​reviewed in an attempt to ​minimizedisruption to our end-users.end user of sth The ​survey has specifically ​targeted end ​users of ​computersoftware.
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adjective [before noun]
They ​participate in all ​stages of the ​softwaredevelopment, from ​requirementanalysis, ​design and ​testing to end-user ​training.
(Definition of end user from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “end user”
in Chinese (Simplified) 最终用户, 终端用户…
in Chinese (Traditional) 最終用戶, 終端用戶…
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