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fansite

(ˈfænsaɪt) ,

fan-site

or

fan site

n
(Computer Science) a website dedicated to a particular person or subject and run by a fan or fans of the person or subject
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Translations

fansite

fan-site, fan site [ˈfænsaɪt] n (on the Internet)site m de fans
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005
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