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Definition of noobie

noobie

noun

  • a person who is new to something; "newcomer".
    noobie here can someone please help me about downloading stuff from bots?
    noobie to file sharing. What is the best file sharing program out there?

    Last edited on Jan 08 2011. Submitted by Gilbert M. from New York, NY, USA on Jun 15 2004.

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