Client

Any computer or program connected tom or requesting services of, another computer of program.
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client

  1. a person who seeks the advice of a lawyer
  2. someone who pays for goods or services
  3. (computer science) any computer that is hooked up to a computer network

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Client

• (n.) A dependent; one under the protection of another. • (n.) A citizen who put himself under the protection of a man of distinction and influence, who was called his patron. • (n.) One who consults a legal adviser, or submits his cause to his management.
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client

(from the article `computer science`) The client-server architecture has become important in designing systems that reside on a network. In a client-server system, one or more clients ... ...retrieval. In a wide-area information service, a number of which began operating at the beginning of the 1990s on the Internet computer network, a ...
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client

(kli´ent) the term most often used as a synonym for a patient who receives health care in an ambulatory care setting, especially when health maintenance rather than illness care is the primary service provided. Sometimes this term is preferred to denote a collaborative relationship rather than a hierarchical one.
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Client

(NETWORK GLOSSARY) A node or software program (front end device) that requests services from a server.
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Client

(see also Service User) An alternative term for patient which emphasises the professional nature of the relationship between a clinician or therpist and the patient.
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client

noun a person who seeks the advice of a lawyer
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Client

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Client

[computing] A client is a piece of computer hardware or software that accesses a service made available by a server. The server is often (but not always) on another computer system, in which case the client accesses the service by way of a network. The term applies to programs or devices that are part of a client–server model. ==Overview=...
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Client

Cli'ent noun [ Latin cliens , -emtis , for cluens , one who hears (in relation to his protector), a client, from Latin cluere to be named or called; akin to Greek ... to hear, Sanskrit çry , and English loud : confer French client . See Loud ....
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Client

A client is commonly referred to as a program or a process that requests information from other prog
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Client

A computer or an application that calls on a server's services.
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client

A generic term that means a customer, the business or a business customer. For example, client manager may be used as a synonym for business relationship manager. The term is also used to mean:
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Client

A program (or software) used to interact with a Server. A Web browser is a specific kind of client.
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Client

a program on a computer attached to the Internet which is used to access certain services, e.g. a Web client is a program by which you can access the Worldwide Web - the term client refers to the idea that the program provides an easy-to-use access to another more basic program a computer receiving information from a server is also referred to as a...
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Client

A program, computer, or process which makes information requests to another computer, process, or pr
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Client

A software program that is used to contact and obtain data from a server software program on another computer, often across a great distance. Each client program is designed to work with one or more specific kinds of server programs, and each server requires a specific kind of client. A Web browser is a specific kind of client.
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Client

A software program that is used to contact and obtain data from a Server software program on another computer, often across a great distance. EachClient program is designed to work with one or more specific kinds of Server programs, and each Server requires a specific kind of Client. A Web Browser is a specific kind of Client.
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Client

As part of a computer network, where a server is employed, this is the customer or non-server side. When you log onto a server, from another computer, the word "Client" refers to you, your computer or your software.
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client

client 1. Someone or an organization taking advice from an attorney, accountant, or other professional person. 2. A person or organization to whom goods or services are provided and sold. 3. A user of the services offered by a social services agency. 4. A or entity dependent on the protection or patronage of someone else or an entity. 5. A comp...
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Client

Client is British slang for a person, a man.
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client

functional unit that receives services from a server
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Client

In ancient Rome, clients were citizens of the lower ranks who chose a patron from the higher classes, whose duty it was to advise and assist them, particularly in legal cases, and in general to protect them. The clients, on the other hand, were obliged to portion the daughters of the patron if he had not sufficient fortune; to follow him to the war...
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Client

Node or software program (front-end device) that requests services from a server. See also back end, front end and server.
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