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newsgroup

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈnjuːzɡruːp/ US   /ˈnuːzɡruːp/ INTERNET
a place on the internet where people who are interested in a particular subject can exchange messages about it, or the people who use this place: Newsgroups are a good way of finding potential business partners. Don't buy from unsolicited emails or newsgroup postings.
Translations of “newsgroup”
in Chinese (Traditional) (網路)新聞組…
in Russian группа новостей…
in Turkish haber grubu…
in Chinese (Simplified) (网络)新闻组…
in Polish grupa newsowa lub dyskusyjna…
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