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Definition of spam

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Other terms relating to 'advertisement (related to)':

Definitions include: to advertise using spam and "spammy" techniques.
Definitions include: a prostitute.
Definitions include: a male talented in attracting females.

Other terms relating to 'computer slang':

Definitions include: "elite".
Definitions include: acronym for "massively multiplayer online role playing game."
Definitions include: while "hacker" originally had positive connotations, it has since come to refer to individuals who sometimes use computers with malicious intent.
Definitions include: acronym for "just out of curiosity".
Definitions include: "just my opinion".
Definitions include: to change something in a small, mindless way.
Definitions include: acronym for "in my opinion".
Definitions include: "Freeware" was originally the trademark of "PC-Talk" author Andrew Fluegelman.
Definitions include: computer speak for "elite."
Definitions include: a form of shareware where, in lieu of the "registration" fee, the author asks that users donate to a charity.
Definitions include: "cutie."
Definitions include: in an update or sequel to a video game, to make a weapon weak or weaker, such that it's like a Nerf gun.
Definitions include: source code that is extremely difficult to understand.
Definitions include: of an ongoing task, performed slowly over time, when nothing is claiming one's immediate attention.
Definitions include: From "bandwidth" as a measure of the rate of data transfer ("throughput") that a digital medium can handle.

Other terms relating to 'mail (related to)':

Definitions include: postal mail as opposed to electronic mail.
Definitions include: a mailman.

Other terms relating to 'to annoy, interfere, intrude':

Definitions include: to annoy, pester, bother.
Definitions include: to interfere with a male's attempt to talk to a prospective romantic or sexual partner.
Definitions include: to aggravate someone.
Definitions include: to arrive unexpectedly and uninvited, esp. to a social function such as a party or ceremony.
Definitions include: to ruin a person's positive mood; "harsh (one's) mellow".
Definitions include: to be very attracted to someone, so much so that one nearly sweats when one sees the object of their affection.
Definitions include: to affect or bother someone.
Definitions include: pestering multiple people.
Definitions include: to pester or annoy.
Definitions include: to interfere with a female's attempt to talk to a male or engaging him sexually.
Definitions include: a friend.
Definitions include: to joke around with someone.
Definitions include: something hard to find.
Definitions include: to reduce or destroy a person's good mood.
Definitions include: an unattractive female or one with a bad reputation.

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Other terms relating to 'spam':

Definitions include: a post to a blog that is about an article elsewhere on the web.
Definitions include: a free e-mail address one uses for unimportant web signups, with the expectation that the e-mail address will receive lots of spam.

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