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    Goo·gle
    /ˈɡo͞oɡ(ə)l/

    verb

    • 1. search for information about (someone or something) on the internet using the search engine Google: "I recently googled my 7th grade teacher and found his current email address"
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  3. Google Dictionary is an online dictionary service of Google that can be accessed with the " define " operator and other similar phrases [note 1] in Google Search. [2] It is also available in Google Translate and as a Google Chrome extension. The dictionary content is licensed from Oxford University Press 's Oxford Languages. [3]

    • Multiple languages
    • Google
    • December 2009; 13 years ago
    • Google
  4. Excellent and super-useful extension. A godsend time saver when grammar help is needed. A long time ago Google Chrome had something similar (highlight a word on a webpage & its definition appeared as a popup but it was scrapped to my dismay) so I'm very pleased that this Google Dictionary is bringing back that functionality + allow you to go to the main dictionary (opening an extra tab) by ...

  5. Google's service, offered free of charge, instantly translates words, phrases, and web pages between English and over 100 other languages.

  6. Learn the meaning, origin, and usage of the word Google, the brand name for a leading internet search engine, and how to use it as a verb. Find out how Google has changed the way we search, think, and communicate online, and see examples of related words and phrases.

  7. Learn the origin, usage, and history of the word google, a verb that means to use the Google search engine to obtain information about someone or something on the Internet. Find out how to distinguish it from the number 10^100, the name of a search engine, and related terms like googleplex and googleable.

  8. Oxford Languages provides Google’s English dictionary, which is regularly updated with evidence from a large lexical research programme and covers over 350,000 words and phrases. The dictionary also includes British, American, and other varieties of English, as well as vulgar, slang, and regional dialects.

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