installer

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install +‎ -er

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installer ‎(plural installers)

  1. One who installs.
  2. (computing) A program that installs software and prepares it for use.

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From Middle French, from Medieval Latin installō ‎(to install, put in place, establish), from in- + stallum ‎(stall), from Frankish *stall ‎(stall, position, place), from Proto-Germanic *stallaz ‎(place, position), from Proto-Indo-European *stelǝ-, *stAlǝn-, *stAlǝm- ‎(stem, trunk). Cognate with Old High German stal ‎(location, stall), Old English steall ‎(position, stall), Old English onstellan ‎(to institute, create, originate, establish, give the example of), Middle High German anstalt ‎(institute), German anstellen ‎(to conduct, employ), German einstellen ‎(to set, adjust, position), Dutch aanstellen ‎(to appoint, commission, institute), Dutch instellen ‎(to set up, establish). More at on, stall.

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installer

  1. to install
  2. to place
  3. (reflexive) to settle

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installer

  1. imperative of installere