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"tweet" in British English

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tweetnoun [C]

uk   /twiːt/ us   /twiːt/ informal

tweetverb

uk   /twiːt/ us   /twiːt/
  • tweet verb (SOCIAL MEDIA)

[I or T] to publish a short remark or piece of information on Twitter™: He tweeted that he was just about to meet the president.
(Definition of tweet from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"Tweet™" in Business English

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Tweet™noun [C]

uk   us   trademark COMMUNICATIONS, INTERNET
a message put on Twitter™ to let people know what you are doing, thinking, feeling, etc.: The programme received over 20,000 Tweets on the issue.

Tweet™verb [I or T]

uk   us   COMMUNICATIONS, INTERNET
to communicate on Twitter™ using quick short messages: Many famous people Tweet regularly.
Tweeter
noun [C]
Tweeters vented their anger about the drastic cuts in public spending.
(Definition of Tweet™ from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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