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An area on a computer network, especially the internet, devoted to the discussion of a specified topic: read messages posted to newsgroups that discuss pet cats.
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(Computer Science) computing a forum where subscribers exchange information about a specific subject by electronic mail
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a discussion group on a specific topic, maintained on a computer network.
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An area on the World Wide Web where people who have a particular interest in common communicate with one another, often with links to other websites.
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newsgroup[ˈnjuːzgruːp] n (on the Internet) → forum m Internetnews headlines npl → titres mpl de l'actualiténews item n (= piece of information) → information f (= short piece) → entrefilet m; (on TV) → sujet m (court)
There was a news item about him → Il y avait un sujet sur lui aux actualités.
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