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# a person who is [[forc]]ed to [[work]] for another, usually without pay.
 
# a person who is [[forc]]ed to [[work]] for another, usually without pay.
 
# (''Engineering'') a device that is [[control]]led by another device.
 
# (''Engineering'') a device that is [[control]]led by another device.
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# ("Engineering") an information worker who has signed a non-compete clause.
   
 
====Related terms====
 
====Related terms====
 
*[[slavery]]
 
*[[slavery]]
 
*[[slave driver]]
 
*[[slave driver]]
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*[[zombie]]
   
 
====Translations====
 
====Translations====
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*Portuguese: [[escravo]] ''m'', [[escrava]] ''f''
 
*Portuguese: [[escravo]] ''m'', [[escrava]] ''f''
 
*Spanish: [[esclavo]] ''m''
 
*Spanish: [[esclavo]] ''m''
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=== Sources ===
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* [[August 2]], [[2004]], [http://www.eet.com/issue/fp/showArticle.jhtml?articleId=26100928 "EE Times: Beware 'zombie' clauses]

Revision as of 17:54, 18 August 2004

Pronunciation

Noun

slave (plural: slaves)

  1. a person who is forced to work for another, usually without pay.
  2. (Engineering) a device that is controlled by another device.
  3. ("Engineering") an information worker who has signed a non-compete clause.

Related terms

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Sources