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  1. The method by which a device performs its function.
  2. The method or practice by which actions are done.
  3. The act or process of operating; agency; the exertion of power, physical, mechanical, or moral.
  4. A planned undertaking.
  5. A business or organization.
  6. (medicine) A surgical procedure.
  7. (computing) a procedure for generating a value from one or more other values (the operands).
  8. (military) A military campaign (e.g. Operation Desert Storm)
  9. (obsolete) Effect produced; influence.
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  11. Examples:
    1. “Queen would kick-start the most extensive undercover operation in the history of American law enforcement.”
      “The corner store appeared to be just a one-person operation.”
      “The smooth operation of the cosmos created a divine harmony that composers sought to capture and express.”
  1. One who operates.
  2. A telecommunications facilitator whose job is to establish temporary network connections.
  3. (mathematics) A function or other mapping that carries variables defined on a domain into another variable or set of variables in a defined range.
  4. Chinese whispers.
  5. (informal) A person who is adept at making deals or getting results, especially one who uses questionable methods.
  6. A member of a military Special Operations unit.
  7. (computing) The administrator of a channel or network on IRC.
  8. (linguistics) A kind of expression that enters into an a-bar movement dependency and is said to bind a variable.
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  10. Examples:
    1. “Another poignant shot captures the delight of machine operator Fritz Hummel after hearing by radio of the birth of his first son.”
      “While he could be a shrewd and tough political operator when it was needed, he will mainly be remembered as a decent trustworthy person with an deep core of human kindness.”
      “Under such a concession, the private sector operator takes over responsibility to design, build, finance, operate and maintain the asset, such as a motorway.”
  1. An employee or other worker with some particular function or skill.
  2. A spy, secret agent, or detective.
  3. A participant in an operation.
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  5. Examples:
    1. “He worked as a computer operative at a local mail-order company.”
      “But neither one of these two fine Americans told me that she was an undercover operative at the CIA.”
      “He had excellent peripheral vision, a valuable quality for a private operative to possess.”
  1. An operative person or thing.
  2. (psychology) Any of a class of behaviors that produce consequences by operating (i.e., acting) upon the environment.
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  1. (uncountable) The state or quality of being operative.
  2. (countable) The result or product of being operative.
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  4. Examples:
    1. “The operativeness of the Proposed Amendments is not a condition to the completion of the Transaction.”
  1. The office of an operator
  2. The right to operate an oil well
  3. Examples:
    1. “Originally discovered by Chevron in 1946, operatorship of the field was turned over to PDVSA following nationalization.”
  1. A lever, key or device installed in a operant chamber, upon which the "subject" exerts its responses. Sometimes referred to as a manipulandum. In the prototypical operant conditioning experiment, a rat (the subject) presses upon a lever (the operandum) which triggers the delivery of food (the reward or reinforcer).
  2. Examples:
    1. “Club spokesman Iain Christie says the modus operandum has become known as Smirting.”
  1. (sciences) A philosophy that attempts to define all scientific concepts in terms of specified operations or procedures of observation and measurement
  2. Examples:
    1. “According to operationalism, STR changes the meanings of the concepts of space and time from the classical conception.”
      “A large number of people said that the real was the measurable, which could be a sign of realism, operationalism, or hermeneutical realism.”
      “Third, Carnap realizes that the principle of operationalism is too restrictive.”
  1. (mathematics) A set of operations, each one having a fixed finite number of arguments and one output, which can be composed with others.
  2. Examples:
    1. “When we compute the dual of a graded or nongraded operad, we get graded objects which involve suspensions.”
  1. (philosophy) The doctrine that the meaning of a term consists of the operation(s) performed in defining it
  2. Examples:
    1. “These definitions are in the style of logical positivism, logical empiricism, and the thesis of operationism.”
  1. The state or characteristic of being capable of being operationalized.
  2. Examples:
    1. “I do not have a non-perspectival sense of objectivity here because of its prima facie lack of operationalizability.”
      “There is a good review of the literature, using the criteria of comprehensiveness, comparability, operationalizability, and public policy relevance.”
  1. The act of operating or working; operation.
  1. Alternative spelling of operationalizability
  1. A proponent of operationalism.
  2. Examples:
    1. “This suffices to qualify stress as a permissible concept from the operationalist standpoint.”
  1. Alternative spelling of operationalization
  1. (Internet) A network operator on IRC.
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  1. The extent to which a system or device is operable.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “The priority is institutional reform in order to achieve operability, otherwise the system will collapse, as the commission did, last year.”
      “The voltage is then incremented and the process continues until a determination is made as to the objects operability.”
      “We need to legislate standards for operability and stability of software so that I can spend more time blogging and less time re-formatting.”
  1. The act or process of operationalizing.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Various steps necessary for early operationalization of the Bank were also discussed in detail.”
      “The BRICS nations have directed their respective Finance Ministers to work out the modalities for operationalization of the Bank.”
      “Some members of the committee belonging to Balochistan expressed their concerns over delay in operationalization of the port.”
  1. That characteristic of being operational.
  1. (mathematics) A quantity to which an operator is applied (in
  2. Examples:
    1. “One possibility is that arithmetic activation is based on the conceptual identity of numerical operands, regardless of operand order or position.”
      “If the converted type of the left operand is int, only the five least significant bits of the value of the right operand are used as the shift distance.”
      “The most significant submultiple is assigned the sign of the operand, while each of the less significant submultiples is assigned a positive sign.”
  1. (dated) A female operator.
  1. Someone who has an operation.
  1. Obsolete form of operator.
  1. plural of operationalisation
  1. plural of operationalism
  1. plural of operationalist
  1. plural of operationality
  1. plural of operationist
  1. plural of operatorship
  2. Examples:
    1. “I think the Government should consider encouraging growth in the local sector by participating in more farm-outs and more operatorships.”
  1. plural of operationism
  1. plural of operatress
  1. plural of operandum
  1. plural of operatour
  1. plural of operation
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  3. Examples:
    1. “A field post office contingent was also sent to Bushire in 1918 in connection with the operations between Bushire and Shiraz.”
      “What is fascinating about this list isn't just that it tells us what capabilities U.S. special operations forces want.”
      “In no other way is it possible to explain the risking of this capital ship in the highly dangerous operations in the gean sea.”
  1. plural of operative
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Paramilitary operatives do not meet any of the prerequisites necessary to be considered lawful combatants.”
      “And the operatives were only pawns in their ultimate game of cat and mouse.”
      “This is in no way intended as a slur on the hard-working refuse collectors or recycling operatives in this area.”
  1. plural of operatee
  1. plural of operator
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  3. Examples:
    1. “As well as finding you the best way from A to B, the operators can also provide an emergency and breakdown service.”
      “In 1925 he proved the Krull-Schmidt theorem for decomposing abelian groups of operators.”
      “As site supervisor, she also manages the operators, including the two partners.”
  1. plural of operant
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Consider instruction designed to teach students the aforementioned distinction between operants and respondents.”
      “The following sections of this paper summarize distinct verbal operants, beginning with mands.”
      “The mand, like other operants, is defined by its function, not by its form.”
  1. plural of operand
  2. Examples:
    1. “If you haven't seen RISC assembly code before, it may be strange to see so many operands on a single line.”
      “One possibility is that arithmetic activation is based on the conceptual identity of numerical operands, regardless of operand order or position.”
      “The latter is simply an array of BPF instructions that is a sequence of numeric opcodes and operands.”
  1. plural of operad
  1. plural of oper
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