a chip or splinter, as of stone or ore.
verb (used with object)
to break into smaller pieces, as ore; split or chip.
verb (used without object)
to break or split off in chips or bits.
a splinter or chip of ore, rock, or stone
to split or cause to split into such fragments
noun, Irish English. 1. a lad or boy. 2. a rascal; scamp. noun (Irish) 1. an itinerant seasonal labourer 2. a rascal or layabout
Trademark. 1. a canned food product consisting especially of pork formed into a solid block. noun 2. (lowercase) Digital Technology. disruptive online messages, especially commercial messages posted on a computer network or sent as email. verb (used with object), spammed, spamming. 3. (lowercase) Digital Technology. to send spam to. 4. (lowercase) Digital Technology. to execute […]
noun, Computers. 1. a bot that searches the Internet for email addresses in order to send spam.
World-Wide Web (Presumably from “spam”, “index”) word spamming. “Spamdexing has come a long way from the halcyon days of the summer of 1995. Back then, all one needed to do was add the word ‘sex’ a thousand times at the end of a Web page to attract attention from the likes of Lycos. The search-engine […]