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browse

verb
 
 
/braʊz/
INTERNET [I, T] B2 to look at information on the Internet: to browse the Internet/WebReadingInternet terminology and abbreviations
READ [I] B2 to read a book, magazine, etc in a relaxed way and not in detail: She browsed through some travel brochures looking for ideas.Reading
SHOP [I] to walk around a shop and look at things without buying anything: I love browsing around bookshops.Buying and selling in general
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