Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Spam"

  • The meaning of "Spam" in various phrases and sentences

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    2. I know of a few uses of the word spam. Noun - unsolicited or undesired electronic message. Verb (to spam / spamming) using an electronic messaging system to send an unsolicited or undesired message especially advertising. Flooding the internet with many copies of the same message attempting to force a message on people who would not choose to receive it. And finally the best use of the word SPAM. A canned meat product produced by Hormel Foods. It taste delicious. I live about 20 minutes drive from the SPAM museum in Minnesota. SPAM is great with eggs and cheese over rice.

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    2. El spam puede significar el correo basura o enviar el mismo mensaje muchas veces.

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    2. I don't worry (dw) to spam it here. They are being careless about repeating the same message (spamming).

  • Example sentences using "Spam"

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    2. Spam it's a word for Publicity on the Internet. -Yesterday I got a message on Facebook telling me that I won 1.000.000 dollars if I click on the link, that's spam -Don't open the page! it's gull of spam

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    2. 1.They owned many pets and they had the bad idea of feeding them spam. 2.Spam is not proper food for any pet.

  • Similar words to "Spam" and their differences

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    2. they're basically the same. Junk email is just any mail that is unwanted, spam mail is mail that is sent to a lot of people and is generally a scam (it is also unwanted mail which is why they're pretty much interchangeable.) :)

  • Translations of "Spam"

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    2. Your emails have been going to my spam folder.

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    2. घोटाला

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    2. When planning an advertising campaign, there’re something to take into consideration: firstly the target population to be reached. Secondly the type of product to offer, and lastly the cost of the advert according to the company’s budget. A company can promote the product through different media such as broadcast media like TV and radio, the print media like newspapers, magazines and direct mail, outdoor media like posters or billboards and finally, the most popular advertising media, the Internet; through the social media used above all by young people. Without a doubt, the Internet is the means of communication that changed our habits. In fact, the new generation chooses to use social media, so a lot of adverts are placed on websites like Facebook or in search engines like Google. The pay-per-click (PPC) is a system of payment based on each time someone clicks on the advert on the website. As for the TV advertisement, It is the fastest developing medium of advertising. It has the advantages of sound and sight; along with the pictorial presentation, it is more effective and impressive. It is also a very costly medium given that the duration of the advertisement is very limited. The public could change the channel during the advertisement As for the RADIO: A> it’s more economical than TV advertisement and the advertising messages can be in different regional languages and played many times a day However, it’s less effective than TV advertisement, because there isn’t visual aid. As for the newspapers: A> Newspapers have the widest circulation and read by many people. There’s more flexibility to create a newspaper advert thanks to the possibility for change of fonts and colours. D> people can forget after reading them, which means they have a short lifespan. As for the magazines: A>There are weekly, monthly magazines, meaning they have more time to reach more people. As for the direct mail: A> the advert message can be personalised. D> it can be consider as junk mail/ spam and annoying message. As for the outdoor media: A> The cost of advertising is lower than other media; when put in a strategic position can be effective D> It needs to be updated in order to capture consumers’ attention. As for the internet: A> It’s cheaper and it can reach many different people D> There’s a lot of other web advertisements which means people can easily overlook them Other form of advertising can be: billboards which show the name of the brand in big neon lights. Banners are small images or animations inserted on websites and shopping bags. Promotion sales like buy-two-pay-for-one, or giving littles gifts to persuade customers to apply a loyalty card.

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    2. It is correct and understandable, but is not perfectly natural. You can say : “Gmail sometimes produces false negatives, marking important mail as spam”. “Gmail sometimes messes up, marking important mail as spam”. “Gmail sometimes mistakes important mail for spam”.

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    2. Not completely natural, but very close to it. There are only a few places that don't sound like native English: 1. human's initial fear -> humanity's initial fear 2. technology singularity -> technological singularity 3. contributes humanity -> contributes to humanity 4. the solution to cure cancers -> the cure for cancer OR the cure for all types of cancer (a cure IS a type of solution, so "solution to cure X" sounds repetitive) 5. with all the humanity left -> with all of humanity having left

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    2. Natural and relatable😂😂😂

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