from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- intransitive v. To utter a succession of light chirping or tremulous sounds; chirrup.
- intransitive v. To speak rapidly and in a tremulous manner: twittering over office gossip.
- intransitive v. To giggle nervously; titter.
- intransitive v. To tremble with nervous agitation or excitement.
- transitive v. To utter or say with a twitter: twittered a greeting.
- n. The light chirping sound made by certain birds.
- n. A similar sound, especially light, tremulous speech or laughter.
- n. Agitation or excitement; flutter.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The sound of a succession of chirps as uttered by birds.
- v. To utter a succession of bird's chirps.
- v. (of a person) To talk in an excited or nervous manner.
- v. To use the microblogging service Twitter.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who twits, or reproaches; an upbraider.
- n. The act of twittering; a small, tremulous, intermitted noise, as that made by a swallow.
- n. A half-suppressed laugh; a fit of laughter partially restrained; a titter; a giggle.
- n. A slight trembling or agitation of the nerves.
- intransitive v. To make a succession of small, tremulous, intermitted noises.
- intransitive v. To make the sound of a half-suppressed laugh; to titter; to giggle.
- intransitive v. To have a slight trembling of the nerves; to be excited or agitated.
- transitive v. To utter with a twitter.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To utter a succession of small, tremulous sounds, as a bird; sing in bird-notes; chirp.
- To titter; giggle.
- To quiver; tremble; palpitate; hence, to be in a flutter or fright.
- To sing or utter in bird-notes; chirp out.
- To spin unevenly.
- n. A gardeners' name for certain plant-deformations caused by insects, notably a curious bunching and twisting of the carnation-plant caused by the work of anthomyiid larvæ. Some forms of twitter are caused by thrips and others by plantlice.
- n. A chirp or series of chirps, as of a bird, especially the swallow.
- n. A fit of laughter; a titter.
- n. A tremble; a flutter; a general excitement; a pother: as, to be in (or of) a twitter, or to be in or on the twitters.
- n. One who twits or reproaches.
- n. A shred; a fragment: used in the plural.
- n. The refuse or residuum of the case of the spermwhale, a gummy and thready substance left when the case is squeezed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a series of chirps
- v. make high-pitched sounds, as of birds
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If you didn't yet stumble across the functionality, although we don't have any in-application functionality that let's you set where photos should go, you can just use keywords … e.g. add @twitter as a keyword on that photo to send it only to twitter (make sure you've got a 'shortcut tag' specified in the settings for your twitter pipe, and you'd probably want to disable 'send by default' so photos are only sent if you add the keyword)
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How do you find out what I'm even talking about if you've never heard of the term twitter?
Either twitter is arevolution, will be arevolution, or neither.
(For the uninitiated, tweets are what you call twitter postings, and "#mumbai" is how you tag a tweet to indicate that it's about Mumbai.)
Never mind vanity url, the latest impact of steve owning redmonk on twitter is that no matter whether google ranks redmonk. com before redmonk. net – twitter is always going to be highly ranked. as businesses and people brands merge the namespace issue is going to become more highly charged.
I am already using facebook and mixi and could not find see any thing worthy in twitter … if someone could help me?
Seriously, twitter is the dumbest thing to ever have spawned from the internet revolution.
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