browseverbuk us /braʊz/
browse verb (LOOK)
- The man at the station kiosk doesn't like people browsing through the magazines.
- When I was browsing in the bestsellers section, I found that book you were telling me about.
- I don't like going into clothes shops where they don't leave you in peace to browse.
- Several knowledgeable-looking people were browsing among the plants on display and noting things down in notebooks.
- Do you need any help or shall I leave you to browse for a while?
browse verb (COMPUTING)
- It's too expensive to spend time browsing the Web if you are paying per minute.
- I found your site while browsing the Web and was very impressed.
- You would find it much quicker and easier to browse and download and so on if you had a broadband connection.
- Trying browsing the net for specialist organizations who can provide additional information.
- She showed me how to scroll down when browsing through a large document.
browse verb (FEED)