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Facebook

(ˈfeɪsˌbʊk)
n
(Communications & Information) a popular social networking website
vb
1. (Communications & Information) (tr; sometimes not capital) to search for (a person's profile) on the Facebook website
2. (Communications & Information) (intr; sometimes not capital) to use the Facebook website
ˈFaceˌbooker n
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facebooker
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