a canned food product consisting especially of pork formed into a solid block.
(lowercase) Digital Technology. disruptive online messages, especially commercial messages posted on a computer network or sent as email.
verb (used with object), spammed, spamming.
(lowercase) Digital Technology. to send spam to.
(lowercase) Digital Technology. to execute (an action) or use (an item) rapidly or repeatedly in a video game:
Spam the attack button as soon as the fight begins.
verb (used without object), spammed, spamming.
(lowercase) Digital Technology. to send spam.
the sending of multiple unsolicited e-mails or text messages, usually for marketing purposes
verb spams, spamming, spammed
to send unsolicited electronic mail or text messages simultaneously to a number of e-mail addresses or mobile phones
unsolicited electronic mail or text messages sent in this way
trademark a kind of tinned luncheon meat, made largely from pork
Unsolicited, undesired e-mail. Also used as a verb. Spam is the e-mail version of junk mail.
Note: The name comes from a Monty Python comedy skit about a restaurant that served only Spam.
noun 1. the distance between the tip of the thumb and the tip of the little finger when the hand is fully extended. 2. a unit of length corresponding to this distance, commonly taken as 9 inches (23 cm). 3. a distance, amount, piece, etc., of this length or of some small extent: a span […]
noun, Greek Cookery. 1. a baked dish consisting of spinach, feta cheese, eggs, and scallions enclosed in layers of phyllo.
noun 1. a noosed rope with which to hobble an animal, especially a horse or cow. verb (used with object), spanceled, spanceling or (especially British) spancelled, spancelling. 2. to fetter with or as with a spancel. noun 1. a length of rope for hobbling an animal, esp a horse or cow verb -cels, -celling, -celled […]
noun 1. a district of Berlin, in E Germany: site of prison for Nazi war criminals.