noun see flame II

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Flamer — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Un flame consiste en un mensaje deliberadamente hostil o insultante enviado sin ningún propósito constructivo; en consecuencia, flaming (a veces españolizado como flamear) es el acto de publicar usualmente en el… …   Wikipedia Español

  • flamer — 1. (flamer) (2471↑, 382↓) Extremely flamboyant homosexual. Very bright clothing, loud speach, upbeat attitude, often noisy or annoying, intrusive. Very very gay... That guy is acting out some broadway musical in the middle of the street.. what a… …   Urban English dictionary

  • Flamer — Ein Flame (aus dem Englischen: to flame, aufflammen) ist ein ruppiger oder polemischer Kommentar bzw. eine Beleidigung im Usenet, in einer E Mail Nachricht, Chatsitzung, einem Forenthread oder in einem Wiki. Im Usenet, wo der Begriff seinen… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • flamer — ● ►en vp. ►INTERNET Être attaqué sur un réseau, en général à cause des bêtises qu on y a posté publiquement. Exemple: Hier soir, je me suis fait flamer par des weenies sur alt.hate.execration. Voir flame …   Dictionnaire d'informatique francophone

  • flamer — 1. n. a blatantly obvious homosexual person. (Primarily and originally for males.) □ Todd is such a flamer! □ He tries not to be a f lamer, but what can he do? 2. n. a person who writes excited and angry notes on a computer forum or news group. □ …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • flamer — See flame. * * * …   Universalium

  • flamer — noun a) A very flamboyant ( flaming ), effeminate gay male. b) One who flames …   Wiktionary

  • flamer — n 1a. American a flagrant or obvious sole cism or blunder 1b. American a person who commits a gaffe or error Both these sub senses of the word are campus terms, used especially in preppie jargon. 2. a flagrant male homosexual, in Ameri can and… …   Contemporary slang

  • flamer — angry poster …   Glossary of chat acronyms & text shorthand

  • flamer — flam·er …   English syllables

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