troubleshooter troub‧le‧shoot‧er [ˈtrʌblˌʆuːtə ǁ -ər] noun [countable] HUMAN RESOURCES
someone who is employed by a company to deal with serious problems it is having:

• He was hired as a troubleshooter, and began by slashing costs.

— troubleshoot verb [intransitive, transitive] :

• The IT helpline is there to troubleshoot your PC's problems.

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troubleshooter UK US (also trouble-shooter) /ˈtrʌblˌʃuːtər/ noun [C] WORKPLACE
a person whose job is to solve problems for a company or an organization: »

a business/company/corporate troubleshooter


About 60 people have so far applied to join the corporation's trouble-shooters.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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