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CEFR C1 Vocabulary - Lesson 3

Here you will learn some English words about digital communication, such as "payphone", "extension", "phablet", etc. prepared for C1 learners.

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CEFR C1 Vocabulary
to browse
[verb]
to check a web page, text, etc. without reading all the content
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to disconnect
[verb]
to break a telephone conversation between two people
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to navigate
[verb]
(computing) to move from one website to another or find one's way around on a website
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to photobomb
[verb]
to ruin someone's photo by making a sudden appearance or a silly face as the picture is about to be taken
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to spam
[verb]
to send an unwanted advertisement or message online, usually to a lot of people
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to unblock
[verb]
to remove restrictions so that a website, phone, account, etc. can be accessed again
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cellular
[adjective]
related to a telephone system that uses radio stations for communication
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dead
[adjective]
not functioning because of having no power
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broadband
[noun]
a system of Internet connection that allows users to share information simultaneously
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call-in
[noun]
a type of television or radio program in which the audience take part by calling the studio to voice their opinions
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cookie
[noun]
(computing) data that a web server sends to a browser and receives if the user visits the website again, used for identifying or tracking the user's activities
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domain
[noun]
the last characters of a website's address such as '.com', '.org', etc.
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emoji
[noun]
a small digital icon or image used on social media or in text messages to show the tone of a message or its sender's facial expression, originated in Japan
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emoticon
[noun]
a sign formed by keyboard characters to show the tone of a message or its sender's facial expression, used on social media or in text messages
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laugh out loud
[interjection]
used especially in text or online messages to express laughter or amusement about something funny
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oh my God
[interjection]
used to express shock, surprise, or excitement, particularly on social media or in text messages
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payphone
[noun]
a telephone in a public place that one needs to pay for, mostly by prepaid cards
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telegraph
[noun]
a communication system by which people were able to send and receive messages over long distances, using electrical or radio signals
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directory
[noun]
(computing) an area on a computer containing files that are necessary for keeping the computer organized
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keypad
[noun]
a group of numbered buttons on a surface used for operating a TV, phone, computer, etc.
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extension
[noun]
an extra telephone connected to the main phone line in a house
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fax
[noun]
a device that can send and receive documents in electronic form using a telephone line and then print them
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intercom
[noun]
a communication system that allows people in different parts of a plane, office, etc. to speak to each other
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teleconference
[noun]
a meeting held among several people who are in different locations, linked via the Internet
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Internet of Things
[phrase]
the connection and exchange of data between everyday objects over the Internet
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meme
[noun]
a video, image, etc. that has been altered to act as a joke or to tease someone, used and quickly spread by internet users
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phablet
[noun]
a phone that is a cross between a mobile phone and a tablet, larger than the former but smaller than the latter
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selfie
[noun]
a photo of a person that is taken by the same person, usually shared on social media
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vlog
[noun]
a form of video content, often published on websites or social media platforms, where individuals or content creators share their personal experiences, expertise, or opinions through recorded videos in a blog-like format
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clickbait
[noun]
a sensational or misleading online content designed to attract clicks
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weblog
[noun]
a website that is regularly updated by its owner or owners and gives information about a specific topic or things that happen to them
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cyberbullying
[noun]
the use of electronic communication to harass, intimidate, or harm others, typically through social media, messaging apps, or online platforms
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