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Meaning of “installer” in the English Dictionary

"installer" in British English

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installernoun [C]

uk   /ɪnˈstɔː.lər/  us   /.lɚ/
  • installer noun [C] (SOFTWARE)

software that ​tellsyourcomputer how to ​copy a ​program from a ​disk onto the ​computer: Just ​pop the CD into ​yourcomputer and ​start the installer.
  • installer noun [C] (PERSON)

someone whose ​job is to put ​furniture, ​equipment, a ​machine, etc. into the ​correctposition and make it ​ready to use: a ​carpet installer a ​cabletelevision installer
(Definition of installer from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"installer" in Business English

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installernoun [C]

uk   /ɪnˈstɔːlər/  us   //
IT a ​computerprogram that helps you put ​software onto a ​computer: The latest ​version of this ​software has an ​improved installer with better ​junkmailfiltering.
someone whose ​job is to put furniture, ​equipment, a ​machine, etc. into the ​correctposition and make it ​ready to use: The ​expertcarseat installer said ​parents often ​try to ​install the ​seats themselves, but often don't do it ​right.
(Definition of installer from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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