A tennis player: The Jefferson High School netter took second in the Southern Lakes Conference tournament last year (1932+)
1. Loosely, anyone with a network address.
2. More specifically, a Usenet regular. Most often found in the plural. “If you post *that* in a technical group, you’re going to be flamed by angry netters for the rest of time!”
[nech-uh-ling] /ˈnɛtʃ ə lɪŋ/ 1. a lake in S Baffin Island, in E Nunavut, Canada. 1956 sq. mi. (5066 sq. km).
/ˈnɛtɪ/ noun 1. (informal) a habitual and enthusiastic user of the internet
[net-ing] /ˈnɛt ɪŋ/ noun 1. any of various kinds of fabric: fish netting; mosquito netting. [net] /nɛt/ noun 1. a bag or other contrivance of strong thread or cord worked into an open, meshed fabric, for catching fish, birds, or other animals: a butterfly net. 2. a piece of meshed fabric designed to serve a […]
noun 1. . noun 1. a knot made between two ropes by forming a bight in one and passing the end of the other through the bight, around it, and under itself. noun 1. a knot used esp for joining ropes of different sizes Also called becket bend, weaver’s hitch