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Meaning of “RSS” in the English Dictionary

"RSS" in British English

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RSSnoun [U]

uk   us   /ˌɑːr.esˈes/ specialized
abbreviation for really ​simplesyndication: a way of ​publishinginformation on a ​website so that someone can take it and use it on another ​website
(Definition of RSS from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"RSS" in American English

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RSSnoun [U]

abbreviation for really ​simple syndication (= a way of ​sendingelectronicinformation that ​changes often to ​people who ​ask to ​receive it): Hundreds of ​websites now ​offer RSS ​feeds on every ​subjectimaginable.
(Definition of RSS from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"RSS" in Business English

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RSSnoun [U]

uk   us  
IT abbreviation for really simple ​syndication: a ​technology that ​allows you to link (= ​electronicallyconnect) your ​website, ​emailaccount, etc. to another ​website so that when that ​websitechanges, the ​changes are ​sent to you. RSS is most often used to ​createlinks to ​newswebsites, blogs, etc. that ​changefrequently: RSS ​allows you to easily ​stayinformed by ​retrieving the latest ​content from the ​sites you are interested in.
(Definition of RSS from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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