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To search on the internet for information about Very frequently used and heard among friends as a verb meaning to search for (on the internet). Coined because of the popular website More…

google

To search the Internet for information. [verbal noun: GOOGLING] Composed of: GOOGLE (not provided) =According to my googling, the caber is about 17 feet long and weighs around 150 pounds. More…

Google

to search for something on the internet using www.google.com this word is probably already a nationally used word Etymology : this word has been used for at least a couple of years

google

To look up something on an internet search engine, especially Google itself. apparent meaning: This word means to look something up using a search engine on the Internet, especially the More…

google

To use an online search engine as the basis for looking up information on the World Wide Web. apparent meaning:To 'google' something means to use the popular online search engine, More…

google

to look up information quickly using the search engine Google apparent meaning:to look up information quickly using a specific search engine =You wanna bet' Let's google it right now More…

google

To perform an internet search using the search engine Google.com apparent meaning:the act of using the internet search engine google.com to search for information on the web =I was More…

google

To use an internet resource to look up or find out information. apparent meaning:To 'google' something seems to mean to look up its meaning, particularly on the internet, on Google or other More…

google

to perform an online search for information about someone or something probably from the search engine google.com =Commentator was discussing how her relationship with her boyfriend was More…

Google

To search the internet using the search engine Google. Apparent meaning: To search for something on the internet using the search engine Google. Type of word formation: Eponymy and zero More…

google

search for information on the internet, usually using the “Google” search engine. quicker way of saying “Search for it on Google”. Also implies familiarity with More…

Google

Search for information on the internet, usually using the “Google” search engine. Quicker way of saying “Search for it on Google”. Also implies familiarity with More…

google (2)

To use an internet search engine for finding information online. Usually referring to search in the popular web search engine site, google.com. =“Just google it” Etymology : Derived from More…

google (9)

Using the Google search engine to obtain information on something or somebody on the World Wide Web ="I tend to google all my tough physics homework." Etymology : Derived by More…

Google fu

ability to use Google to find the information one seeks =Your Google fu sucks. Etymology : Blend of Google and kung fu. Google refers to the search engine; the name comes from a More…

google-fu

(and clipping) A zen-like skill at finding what one is looking for using an internet search engine. =My google-fu has failed me. Etymology : google, from Google, novel creation, fu, More…

googlebomb

To overload search results in a search engine for the purpose of mocking the thing searched. [google + bomb] Google is used as part of the word because it has rapidly become the most common More…

Googled

To search for material on Google. The word originated from the popular search website, Google. Because of its depth as a search engine, most college students these students search for More…

Googled

to perform a search on the online search engine Google. : to be more direct and to the point. Instead of saying, “my mom searched me on Google,” I said “my mom googled More…

Googled

To search on the Internet apparent meaning:Searched for someone/something on www.google.com =An advisor admitted he 'googled' his freshmen before O-Week Etymology : derivation, formed More…


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