|(Internet) rant or write unceasingly and fanatically on a relatively dull subject with an obviously absurd attitude or with animosity toward a particular person or group of people on Usenet; write insulting words about a person, angry e-mail message, b...||flame|
|access, act of communicating, exchange of information, exchange of information or ideas; transfer, passing along; letter, message, rapport||communication|
|acknowledgement; character or message sent by a receiving modem to a sending modem to indicate that a data packet has arrived complete and error-free (Computers, Telecommunications)||ACK|
|act of a person who trolls; sending of intentionally erroneous messages to message boards in order to lure others to respond (Internet); fishing by trailing a baited line through the water||trolling|
|act of attaching, attached text, emotional bond, emotional bond; connection; confiscation, court-ordered seizure of property or money; annexation; attached file, file that is sent along with an Email message (Computers), legal seizure, means of attachi...||attachment|
|act of blinking eyes, close and reopen eyes, flash, hide or remove by blinking, iceblink, look while blinking, snowblink, transmit message by blinking light, waver, wink the eye, close and reopen the eye; flicker||blink|
|act of killing, carrying out, deal with something quickly, despatch, kill somebody, news report, official message, send off quickly; dismiss; eliminate; kill; conclude with speed and efficiency, send somebody away to do something, send something, sendi...||dispatch|
|act or process of separating a modulated message from the carrier signal (Computers, Telecommunications)||demodulation|
|added-on part, language for printing and pagination used by high-quality printers (Computers), P.S., additional text added to a letter that has been completed and signed; additional note, additional text supplying additional information, short message||postscript|
|advice from Greek or Roman deity, area of a biblical Temple, God-given message, shrine of an ancient god, source of wisdom, source of wise counsel; wise counsel; conveyor of divine messages; spiritual medium or channel; prophet, predictor; temple of a ...||oracle|
|airfoil for controlling lift and drag, automobile air deflector, person or thing that spoils; plunderer; device on cars or airplanes which is intended to slow motion; message which contains the end of a movie or the solution to a computer game (Compute...||spoiler|
|any of four Christian Gospels, basic doctrine, Christian gospel, evangelist, message of salvation contained in the New Testament||evangel|
|appointment, bookkeeping activity, ledger entry, message, message sent to a newsgroup or mailing list (Internet), positioning, placement, stationing (of a military unit), post||posting|
|arrange windows to overlap, fall, pour out, flow (as in a waterfall), flowing liquid, hang or lie, hanging mass, succession, waterfall; waves, billows (of fabric or hair); (Internet) addition of quoted text to a follow-up message on the Internet||cascade|
|artificially boost sales, deception, drug addict, exaggeration, embellishment; marketing message that exaggerates its description of the facts and embellishes the truth, excite, stimulate; publicize, create a hoopla; swindle, trick; use exaggerated cla...||hype|
|ASCII code for message not received, negative acknowledgement; character or message sent by a receiving modem to a sending modem to indicate that a data packet has arrived incomplete and must be re-sent (Computers, Telecommunications), negative acknowl...||NAK|
|assign again, place in a position again, reappoint; send a message another time, send a message again (Computers), something that has been publicized against; (Internet) message that has been sent to a discussion group more than once||repost|
|attack people, attack with nuclear weapons (slang); send a special message through the Internet in order to cause damage to the destination computer (usually through chat); cook in a microwave, microwave something, nuclear power plant, nuclear weapon; ...||nuke|
|bind somebody by contract, bind with a contract, item, object; paragraph of a contract; message sent to a newsgroup (Computers), legal paragraph, newspaper or reference piece, word before noun||article|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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