Inventor

Person that devises a new device, method, composition, or process
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inventora (spanish)
Erfinderin (german)
inventrice (french)
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uitvindster (dutch)
εφευρέτρια (greek)
izumiteljica (slovenian)
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inventistino (esperanto)
útfinster (western frisian)
inventatoare (romanian)
вынаходніца (belarusian)
inventora (portuguese)
inventistino (ido)
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Erfinderin (luxembourgish)
inventora (galician)
inventora (brazilian portuguese)
inventora (catalan)
inventora (asturian)
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inventistulo (ido)
Erfinder (luxembourgish)
Erfinder (german)
inventor (brazilian portuguese)
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Inventors
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An inventor is a person who creates or discovers a new method, form, device or other useful means that becomes known as an invention. The word inventor comes from the Latin verb invenire, invent-, to find. The system of patents was established to encourage inventors by granting limited-term, limited monopoly on inventions determined to be sufficiently novel, non-obvious, and useful. Although inventing is closely associated with science and engineering, inventors are not necessarily engineers nor scientists.
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