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troll

verb [I or T] (COMPUTING) 計算     /trəʊl/ /trɒl/ US  /troʊl/
to leave an insulting message on a part of the Internet for no reason (無緣由地在網際網路上某處)留下侮辱性的訊息 Getting trolled is one of the most annoying things about buying stuff on the Internet. 在網際網路上購物,其中一件最令人討厭的事情是被人無端留言辱罵。 Internet terminology and abbreviations
(Definition of troll verb (COMPUTING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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