Google

(Digital cameras and photo printers) Well-known Internet search engine.
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Google

noun a widely used search engine that uses text-matching techniques to find web pages that are important and relevant to a user`s search
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Google

[verb] The transitive verb to google (also spelled Google) means using the Google search engine to obtain information on something or somebody on the World Wide Web. However, in many dictionaries the verb refers to using any web search engine, such as Yahoo! or Bing. A neologism arising from the popularity and dominance of the eponymous sea...
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Google

An e-business that derives the majority of its revenues through pay-per-click advertising. It is well positioned for the forthcoming web services trend. See Web 2.0.
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google

google (GOO g'l) The name of the search engine and software company, Google, is a deliberate variant of the mathematical term googol. The company`s founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, came up with the name in 1998. They altered the spelling for trademark purposes. The verb to google, meaning to search for something on the World Wide Web,...
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Google

Google Inc. is an American public corporation, specializing in Internet search and online advertising.
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Google

Internet search engine that ranks Web pages according to the number of links they have from other pages. It also uses sophisticated text-matching techniques to determine the importance and relevance of a site to a search. As well as searching over 4 billion Web pages for text or images, Google can also search for stories posted to news sites as...
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Google

Popular Web search engine. Google's roots go back to 1995 when two graduate students, Sergey Brin and Larry Page, met at Stanford University. In 1996, Brin and Page collaborated on a research project that was to eventually become the Google search engine. BackRub, as it was called then (because of its analysis of back links), stirred up interest in...
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Google

The world's leading search engine in terms of reach. Google pioneered search by analyzing linkage da
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Google

Verb denoting use of the Google search engine to find information on the internet.
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