Definition of inputter in English:


Pronunciation /-ˌpo͝otər/


See input

‘It has spent $2m building a large office in India where it can pay data inputters salaries of only £2,000 compared to £20,000 here.’
  • ‘Officers will be able to call in from the scene to an inputter who will put the crime details onto the computer system.’
  • ‘If you're looking for someone to keep your data clean and you don't want to employ a dedicated data inputter, then give us a call.’