Les traductions dans français:
- troll(Noun m) (noun )a deliberately inflammatory posting to a newsgroupsupernatural beingPersonne qui écrit sur des forums en ligne dans l'unique but de provoquer des discussions polémiques ou d'ennuyer les autres.A person who writes in online forums or the usenet with the sole purpose of starting heated discussions and annoying people.supernatural being
- trolleurPersonne qui écrit sur des forums en ligne dans l'unique but de provoquer des discussions polémiques ou d'ennuyer les autres.A person who writes in online forums or the usenet with the sole purpose of starting heated discussions and annoying people.
troll (e.g. web forums)
An instance of trolling, especially, in fishing, the trailing of a baited line. [from circa 1600]
(intransitive) To trundle, to roll from side to side. [from early 15th c.]
(fishing) To entice fish with bait; to fish using a line and bait or lures trailed behind a boat. [from circa 1600]
(Internet, Internet slang) A person who posts to a newsgroup, bulletin board, etc., in a way intended to anger other posters and to cause drama, or otherwise disrupt the group's intended purpose. [from late 20th c.]
(Internet) A deliberately inflammatory post to a newsgroup, etc. [from late 20th c.]
(fantasy) A supernatural being of varying size, now especially a grotesque humanoid creature living in caves or hills or under bridges. [from early 17th c.]
(transitive, intransitive, archaic) To sing the parts of in succession, as of a round, a catch, and the like; also, to sing loudly, freely or in a carefree way.
(slang) An ugly person of either sex
(intransitive) By extension, to search (for), to draw out, to entice, to lure.
(transitive, intransitive, obsolete) To move circularly.
(intransitive) To saunter. [from late 14th c.]
(intransitive) To disrupt the operation of an online community, particularly by luring others into combative argument. [from late 20th c.]
(slang)(intransitive) To stroll about in order to find a sexual partner. [from 20th c.]
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