from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Agent noun of explain; one who explains.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who explains; an expounder or expositor; a commentator; an interpreter.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who explains; an expositor; an interpreter.
(If you're confused by all these terms, check out our mobile term explainer here.) [GigaOM]
The most helpful explainer is about Default contact groups, which really explains the five contact groups that you can’t delete, rename or change, and the one contact group that drives a lot of office app veterans nuts:
It also doesn't cover restoration costs required under the Natural Resource Damage Assessment, some paraphrase explainer?
Click here for a useful "explainer" from Christainity Today on the Constitution and tax laws as applied to churches.
The story lineup -- a look at planet Xena (yet another "10th planet" candidate), stem cell research workarounds, a pandemic flu "explainer," the un-extinct Ivory-Billed Woodpecker, and the rise in the number and intensity of hurricanes and the link to global warming, and vat-grown meat -- looks interesting.
He supplemented his earnings from the bookshop with an evening job as an 'explainer' in a cinema.
And I rejoice that I was left to deal with the Bible alone; for if I had had some theological "explainer" at my side, he might have tried, as such do, to lessen my indignation against Jacob, and thereby have warped my moral sense for ever; while the great apocalyptic spectacle of the ultimate triumph of right and justice might have been turned to the base purposes of a pious lampooner of the Papacy.
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TV just did a nice explainer of who Whiz Khalifa is for the folks at home.7.11pm: Joshua Alston – Hey Brian, thanks for the introduction!
Since many of the comments so far address length and “feel”, this explainer: I sat down and wrote this in one sitting and stopped.
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