[nuhm-ber-kruhn-cher] /ˈnʌm bərˌkrʌn tʃər/
a person or thing that performs a great many numerical calculations, as a financial analyst, statistician, computer, or computer program.
Doing serious and difficult mathematics by computer: played chartered accountant for a few sessions of number crunching (1980s+ Computer)
noun, Finance. 1. a bank account whose owner is identified by a number for the purpose of preserving anonymity. noun 1. (banking) an account identified only by a number, esp one in a Swiss bank that could contain funds illegally obtained
noun, Golf. 1. . noun, Golf. 1. a club with an iron head the face of which has more slope than a pitcher but less slope than a niblick.
- Number eight wire
noun (NZ) 1. a standard gauge of fencing wire 2. this wire or something similar used for emergency repairs
noun, Golf. 1. . [mash-ee] /ˈmæʃ i/ noun, Golf. 1. a club with an iron head, the face having more slope than a but less slope than a . /ˈmæʃɪ/ noun (pl) mashies 1. (golf) (formerly) a club, corresponding to the modern No. 5 or No. 6 iron, used for approach shots n. “five iron,” […]