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EtymologyEdit

From facebook.

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Facebook

  1. A social-networking website where users can find acquaintances or "friends", exchange messages, and post updates.

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Facebook ‎(plural Facebooks)

  1. A personal web profile on the Facebook social-networking site.
    • 2015 March 27, “To the Well-Intentioned but Ignorant Parents of Teenagers.”[1], Kayla Nicole's Blog, at cutestpkever.wordpress.com:
      You might have a Facebook. So do I. And so does my mom and my grandma and all of her friends. But you know who doesn’t have a Facebook? Your kid’s friends.

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Facebook ‎(third-person singular simple present Facebooks, present participle Facebooking, simple past and past participle Facebooked)

  1. (intransitive) To use the social-networking site Facebook.
  2. (transitive) To send a message or leave a comment on Facebook.
    Facebook me the details later.

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GermanEdit

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From English Facebook.

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  • IPA(key): /ˈfeːs.bʊk/, [ˈfeːs.b̥ʊk]
  • Hyphenation: Face‧book

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Facebook n ‎(genitive Facebooks, no plural)

  1. Facebook

Usage notesEdit

  • Facebook is not normally used with an article; when one is used, it is the neuter article (see citations).

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PolishEdit

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From English Facebook.

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Facebook m

  1. Facebook
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Facebook m

  1. Facebook (a social-networking website)

SpanishEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /ˈfejsbuk/, [ˈfe̞jzβ̞uk]

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Facebook m

  1. Facebook (a social-networking website)