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telecommute

intransitive verb tele·com·mute \ˈte-li-kə-ˌmyüt\

: to work at home by using a computer connection to a company's main office

Full Definition of TELECOMMUTE

:  to work at home by the use of an electronic linkup with a central office
tele·com·mut·er noun

Examples of TELECOMMUTE

  1. The company now allows some of its employees to telecommute.

First Known Use of TELECOMMUTE

1974

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