[kuh-lek-ter] /kəˈlɛk tər/
a person or thing that .
a person employed to debts, duties, taxes, etc.
a person who collects books, paintings, stamps, shells, etc., especially as a hobby.
Electricity. a device for accumulating current from contact conductors.
Electronics. an electrode in a transistor or vacuum tube for electrons, ions, or holes.
Metallurgy. (def 5).
the office of a collector in India
a person or thing that collects
a person employed to collect debts, rents, etc
the head of a district administration in India
a person who collects or amasses objects as a hobby
(electronics) the region in a transistor into which charge carriers flow from the base
late 14c., “gatherer of taxes, etc.,” from Anglo-French collectour “collector” (of money or taxes; Old French collector, Modern French collecteur), from Late Latin collector, agent noun from colligere (see collect). Fem. form collectress is attested from 1825.
noun, Electronics. 1. See under . [klis-tron, klahy-stron, -struh n] /ˈklɪs trɒn, ˈklaɪ strɒn, -strən/ Trademark. 1. a brand name for a vacuum tube containing an electron gun, a resonator that changes the velocity of the electron beam in accordance with a signal (buncher resonator) a drift tube in which the electron velocity does not […]
[kol-een, ko-leen] /ˈkɒl in, kɒˈlin/ noun 1. an Irish girl. [kol-een, ko-leen] /ˈkɒl in, kɒˈlin/ noun 1. a female given name: from an Irish word meaning “girl.”. /ˈkɒliːn; kɒˈliːn/ noun 1. an Irish word for girl 2. an Irish girl fem. proper name, from Irish cailin “girl,” diminutive of caile “girl, woman.”
[kol-ij] /ˈkɒl ɪdʒ/ noun 1. an institution of higher learning, especially one providing a general or liberal arts education rather than technical or professional training. Compare . 2. a constituent unit of a university, furnishing courses of instruction in the liberal arts and sciences, usually leading to a bachelor’s degree. 3. an institution for vocational, […]
Trademark. 1. an organization that develops and administers the SAT and other standardized tests of achievement and aptitude, used in college admissions and placement of prospective students.