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troll

noun [C] uk   /trəʊl/ /trɒl/ us    /troʊl/

troll noun [C] (CREATURE)

an imaginary, either very large or very small creature in traditional Scandinavian stories, that has magical powers and lives in mountains or caves

troll noun [C] (COMPUTING)

someone who leaves an intentionally annoying message on the internet, in order to get attention or cause trouble a message that someone leaves on the internet that is intended to annoy people: A well-constructed troll will provoke irate or confused responses from flamers and newbies.

troll

verb [I or T] uk   /trəʊl/ /trɒl/ us    /troʊl/

troll verb [I or T] (FISH)

to try to catch fish by pulling a baited line through the water behind a boat: Boats were trolling for mackerel. They were trolling the colder waters of the Channel.

troll verb [I or T] (SEARCH)

mainly US to search among a large number or many different places in order to find people or information you want: They are trolling the internet for new customers.

troll verb [I or T] (COMPUTING)

to leave an insulting message on he internet in order to annoy someone: Getting trolled is one of the most annoying things about buying stuff on the internet.
Traducciones de “troll”
en español trol…
en francés troll…
en alemán der Troll…
en chino (tradicionál) 人, (斯堪的納維亞地區傳說中的)山精,巨人,侏儒…
en chino (simplificado) 人, (斯堪的纳维亚地区传说中的)山精,巨人,侏儒…
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