Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of piggyback.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • This represents a theme that we played very successfully over the years that we call "piggybacking on activism."

  • The HD in HD Radio doesn't stand for "high definition" -- it is a brand name piggybacking on the popularity of HD TV.

    HD Radio's Prospects May Improve

  • Lastly, here's a thought I had about category integration across blogs: "tag piggybacking".

    Category Integration Between Sites - Freshblog

  • It's called piggybacking, where you use other entitie's promotion.

    BuzzFlash.net: published

  • Residents are reminded not to allow others to follow them into their residence hall without swiping their identification card (also known as piggybacking).

    Penn State Live

  • WSDOT's description of "piggybacking" by municipal utilities is literal.

    O’Brien Suggests Alternatives to Viaduct-Related Utility Rate Hikes « PubliCola

  • FICO 08 also addresses "piggybacking," a practice used by credit-repair companies to help people improve their scores, Mr. Ulzheimer says.

    FICO Score Forgives Mishaps

  • The U.N. inspections had also been further undermined with revelations that U.S. intelligence was "piggybacking" inspections.

    Iran in the Crosshairs

  • Most commonly problems arise when a pirate steals someone else's network connection by "piggybacking" on their unsecured wireless network, he said.

    Archive 2008-10-26

  • A maker of language software is suing a smaller competitor for alleged trademark violations in an effort to combat what it claims is "piggybacking," a practice in which companies use major players 'brand names or other trademarked words in the text of search ads to lure Web surfers to their own sites.

    Rosetta Stone Claims Infringement

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