Definition of 'networking'
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Many major organisations have successfully introduced business social networking. Computing (2010)Both bodies have training and guidance for staff on social networking. Computing (2010)The social networking giant has admitted excluding views of less than three seconds from its figures. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Having said that, the skew is very clearly in favour of social networking. Computing (2010)For some time now, social networking has been trumpeted as the technology that will change the way we do business. Computing (2010)The social networking giant has admitted excluding views of less than three seconds from its figures - significantly increasing the average viewing time for adverts. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Mobile users spend on average 3.1 hours a week on social networking sites compared with 2.2 hours on email. Computing (2010)Indeed, I would like to introduce you to a new kind of social networking that will revolutionise the way we interact. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Social networking helps people to stay in touch in ways they simply could not do before. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Those in favour claim that the social networking tool has important business applications. Times, Sunday Times (2009)And the social networking sites should be keeping an eye on less than acceptable behaviour. The Sun (2012)This is by far the most popular social networking site in the world. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Others use real information taken from people on social networking sites without their consent. The Sun (2013)Her entry for the popular social networking site lists previous areas where she worked. The Sun (2008)Just look at the social networking sites where people are telling their whole life story to strangers. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The way the young are taking to social networking is a powerful indicator of the direction that it might take. Times, Sunday Times (2007)What's your idea of business networking? Times, Sunday Times (2011)But it seems to have adopted the French elite networking system. Times, Sunday Times (2006)These days, social networking and computers have caused the death of dinner table conversations. The Sun (2012)Online networking is not killing real-life business networking. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The social networking giant is considering the shock move after technical glitches scarred its much-hyped debut last month. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But I have really taken to this social networking service. Christianity Today (2000)At least half the people I met said that they got the majority of their business from networking. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It now makes printers, TVs and networking equipment. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'networking'
British English: networking NOUN
Networking is the process of trying to meet new people who might be useful to you in your job, often through social activities.
If executives fail to exploit the opportunities of networking they risk being left behind.
- American English: networking
- Brazilian Portuguese: networking
- Chinese: 建立关系网
- European Spanish: establecimiento de una red de contactos
- French: réseautage
- German: Netzwerken
- Italian: il crearsi una rete di contatti
- Japanese: ネットワーク作り
- Korean: 인간관계 형성
- European Portuguese: networking
- Spanish: establecimiento de una red de contactos
Definition of networking from the Collins English Dictionary
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