lurk

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الإنجليزية - التركية
gizli olmak
(Argo) dolandırıcı
pusuda beklemek
pusuya yat
pusuya yatmak
gizlemek
gizlen

Yatak odandan çıkmanı bekleyerek bütün gece boyunca gizleniyorum. - I've been lurking all night, waiting for you to come out of your bedroom.

Dikkatli ol. Her köşede gizlenen tehlike var. - Be careful. There is danger lurking in every corner.

gizlenmek
{f} (about/around) sinsi sinsi/gizli gizli dolaşmak
{f} in -de saklı olmak, -de gizli olmak
on the lurk pusuda lurkingplacepusu yeri
gizli gizli dolaşmak
hırslızın gizlendiği saklan/pusuya yat
saklanmak
lurk about
(Fiili Deyim ) gizli gizli dolaşmak
lurk about
sinsi sinsi dolaşmak
lurk around
sinsi sinsi dolaşmak
lurk around
gizli gizli dolaşmak
lurk in
-de gizli olmak
lurk in
-de saklı olmak
lurker
Bir tartısmaya , sohbete ya da diğer gruplardaki tartışmalara katılmak yerine yalnızca yalnızca izleyen kişilere verilen ad. Yeni girilen bir tartısma grubunda bir süre lurker olarak kalmak tartısmanın gelişme yonu ve içeriğini anlamak açısından önemlidir
lurking
gizlenmiş
lurker
gizli meraklı
lurking
sessizce dinleme
on the lurk
pusuda
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
to view an internet forum without posting comments
to hang out or wait around a location, preferably without drawing attention to oneself

if we find the sophist lurking, we must round him up by royal command of the argument.

The act of lurking

At two PM a man had called on him, and had produced one of his advertisements, and had asked him if that was all square—no bobbies on the lurk.

To remain concealed in order to ambush
To remain unobserved

Thus my plight was evil indeed, for I had nothing now to burn to give me light, and knew that 'twas no use setting to grout till I could see to go about it. Moreover, the darkness was of that black kind that is never found beneath the open sky, no, not even on the darkest night, but lurks in close and covered places and strains the eyes in trying to see into it.

{v} to lie in wait as a rogue, to lie close
If something such as a danger, doubt, or fear lurks somewhere, it exists but is not obvious or easily recognized. Hidden dangers lurk in every family saloon car Around every corner lurked doubt and uncertainty
Reading messages posted to a bulletin board or online chatroom without contributing Lurking can spark off some emotional responses: while some participants feel it is 'unfair' for lurkers to benefit from their peers' contributions, others accept that people learn in different ways and that lurking is an acceptable form of participating
to hang out in an area without directly participating ie a discussion group
Observing the postings of messages to newsgroups and mailing lists without sending postings of your own
To read articles in a newsgroup without posting any of your own Always lurk a
Listening in to a mailing list, message base, chat room, or newsgroup without participating Newcomers are encouraged to lurk for a while as they get the feel of things The term "lurker" is sometimes used negatively to refer to people who take from discussions, but never give
Following a newsgroup or sitting on an IRC channel and reading the messages without saying anything, as if you were 'lurking in the shadows', staying out of sight of the other users
To view and read public digital conversations posted on the Internet and other online services without participating in the discussion
to read and observe the going-ons of a public discussion without posting or contributing to it
To keep out of sight
Following a newsgroup or sitting on an IRC channel and reading the messages without saying anything, as if you were 'lurking in the shadows' staying out of sight
Follow a newsgroup or sitting in on an IRC channel without contributing anything Not necessarily a bad thing!
Those on mailing lists and online forums too timid to type
To participate in a news group or forum by monitoring traffic without contributing
To read a mailing list, newsgroup or chat group without posting messages It is a good idea to be a lurker when you first join a group
Read messages in a USENET news group without ever saying anything
if you subscribe and read but don't post to discussion lists and newsgroups, this is known as lurking, and is perfectly acceptable web behaviour
To read messages in an electronic discussion without identifying yourself or posting messages in return
lie in wait, lie in ambush, behave in a sneaky and secretive manner
To read messages posted to a specific Newsgroup or discussion list with contributing any Postings Some people suggest that people new to a particular Newsgroup lurk for awhile before Posting any messages in order to become familiar with the flavor of the discussions
To hang around a Newsgroup without participating A person who is lurking is just listening to the discussion Lurking is encouraged for beginning users who wish to become acquainted with a particular discussion before joining in
To read messages in a newsgroup or chat area without participating in the discussion
the activity of one of the "silent majority" in a electronic forum such as Usenet; posting occasionally or not at all but reading the group's postings regularly This term is not pejorative and indeed is casually used reflexively: "Oh, I'm just lurking" Often used in "the lurkers", the hypothetical audience for the group's flamage-emitting regulars Lurking and reading the FAQ are recommended netiquette for beginners who need to learn the history and practises of the group before posting
To read a newsgroup or Internet Relay Chat (IRC) channel without posting anything While the word may seem to carry a pejorative tone, on the Net it's considered good form to lurk for a few days in an area before posting to make sure you understand the character of the group and the nature of appropriate messages
{i} hideout
To read messages in a newsgroup or chat area without ever posting or replying yourself
be about; "The high school students like to loiter in the Central Square"; "Who is this man that is hanging around the department?"
To lie hid; to lie in wait
To frequent a particular spot on the Internet (such as an IRC) but seldom or never contribute to it
wait in hiding to attack
{f} lie in wait; hide; prowl, sneak about, slink; exist unsuspected or unseen; (Internet) be a passive participant in a discussion group (read other people's messages without adding one's own comments)
If someone lurks somewhere, they wait there secretly so that they cannot be seen, usually because they intend to do something bad. He thought he saw someone lurking above the chamber during the address
To read a Usenet newsgroup without ever making yourself known by posting See delurk
Although this term sounds evil, it is really a benign practice: observing for a period of time the patterns of use practiced and accepted within a LISTSERV discussion or usenet news group, before actively participating
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Agent noun of lurk; one who lurks
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{n} one who lies in wait for prey, a thief
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Simple past and past participle of lurk
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Someone who reads but doesn't post in newsgroups, conferences or message areas
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Someone who hovers in the background in Chat or Bulletin Boards without contributing to the discussion
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Someone who reads newsgroup messages but never posts or responds
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A lurker is someone who is in a chat room, e-mail list, or newsgroup who reads the information exchanged, but does not contribute to the group or seldom contributes Lurkers are a normal part of all interactive sections of the internet, and lurking is useful for those new to an e-mail list, newsgroup, or chat room so that they can get an idea for the line of discussion before participating
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someone waiting in concealment
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n One of the `silent majority' in a electronic forum; one who posts occasionally or not at all but is known to read the group's postings regularly This term is not pejorative and indeed is casually used reflexively: "Oh, I'm just lurking " Often used in `the lurkers', the hypothetical audience for the group's {flamage}-emitting regulars
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A lurker is anyone who reads the postings or messages in a chat room or Internet newsgroup, but who rarely, if ever, chimes in with messages of his or her own If you're new to a chat room or Newsgroups, we encourage you to lurk for a little while to get a better sense of the conversations and the people who frequent the group Back to Top M
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A lurker is a person who reads the public discussions in Usenet, mailing lists, and IRC but doesn't add his or her own comments Most people are lurkers most of the time
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one who reads and "listens in" on discussions without participating or contributing to the discussion
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An inactive participant in an online discussion who reads the discussion, but does not post When joining a mailing list, it's helpful to get familiar with the discussion before posting When a lurker posts for the first time, it's called "de-lurking "
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Somebody who just reads news but never posts
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one who waits in hiding; (Internet) one who reads discussion groups but does not actively participate
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A small fishing boat
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A person who occasionally posts or reads group postings regularly
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A person who subscribes a newsgroup but only reads the mailing list, instead of posting messages
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Often found in newsgroups - someone who reads others contributions but who does not contribute actively to the discussion
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a slang term for someone who regularly reads newsgroup, BBS, or mailing list discussions, but rarely participates in them
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Somebody who reads newsgroups but never posts
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in a mailing list, someone who reads the messages, but posts none Most beginners to a listserv do this at first so as not to appear foolish The word lurker isn't a put-down, but sounds like one See wallflower
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One who lurks
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A lurker is a slang term for someone who regularly reads newsgroup, BBS, or mailing list discussions, but rarely participates in them
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Internet Someone who follows a chat room discussion without participating
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A person who views, CUSeeMe and newsgroup discussions, but does not participate in them
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person who watches IRC or newsgroup discussions without actively participating
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Someone who reads but doesn't post in newsgroups, conferences, or message areas
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A lurker is someone who prefers to read other people's messages in a discussion group rather than posting their own People new to discussion groups often 'lurk' before contributing themselves
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Someone who reads message boards but rarely - if ever - posts They show up just to absorb the information shared there rather than become a part of the discussion That's what I usually do! : o
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concealed and unsuspected; "lurking dangers"; "search for lurking ambiguities
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Listening in to the discussion on a Usenet newsgroup without contributing to the discussion Lurking is encouraged for beginning users so that they can get acquainted with the form, style, tone and content of the list
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Joining a newsgroup but not contributing messages Highly recommended for newbies until they figure out how things work
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Reading the messages sent to a newsgroup without sending any yourself
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concealed and unsuspected; "lurking dangers"; "search for lurking ambiguities"
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watching IRC or newsgroup discussions without actively participating
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Non-active participation on the part of a subscriber to an mailing list, a Usenet newsgroup, and IRC channel, a video connection, or any other Internet communication device If you're "lurking," you're generally just listening to the discussion It's usually best to lurk if you're a beginner or if you are new to a communication group This allows you to get up to speed on the history or acceptable behavior of the group
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Regularly monitoring Usenet newsgroups, IRC sessions, or CUSeeMe without contributing to the conversation or otherwise making your presence known Delurking is making your presence known after lurking by typing in a message and joining the conversation Sometimes it’s a good idea to "lurk before you leap," so you can get a good idea of the nature of the group and appropriate netiquette so you don’t get flamed once you begin to participate
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Lurking refers to receiving posts from a list for some time before daring to submit your own ideas and questions into the discussion It is a good idea to lurk for a week or two in order to get a feel for the culture of the list, understand the threads of conversation, and learn the vocabulary, abbreviations, and insider shorthand
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present participle of lurk
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Sitting on the edge of a newsgroup or mailing list listening to the discussion but not joining in Good for beginners to get an idea of what’s happening before jumping in
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A person is lurking when he/she reads the postings in a discussion forum but does not contribute to the discussion It is important for an online instructor to be somewhat accepting of lurkers since students have different learning styles and some learn better by listening However, it is also important to encourage lurkers to become active participants in order for them to take full advantage of the online paradigm
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No active participation on the part of a person to a mailing list, Usenet newsgroupor IRC channel A person who is lurking is just listening to the discussion
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The act of reading through maillists and newsgroups without posting any messages Considered good netiquette to get the feel of the topic before adding your own two cents
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The act of reading through mail lists and newsgroups without posting any messages Considered good netiquette to get the feel of the topic before adding your own two cents
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[return to top] A person is lurking if they read postings to bulletin boards but rarely if ever respond or post comments to the bulletin board themselves This person would be analogous to the person who sits in a classroom and listens but rarely speaks
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Reading chat, forum, newsgroup or listserv messages without responding to them
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Observing a newsgroup or chat room without participating A preferred way to learn Netiquette
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Reading the email or articles in a discussion group or newsgroup without contributing or posting messages
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Reading articles in a USENET group without replying or making yourself known Generally a good idea until you get a feel for the group and its occupants
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marked by quiet and caution and secrecy; taking pains to avoid being observed; "a furtive manner"; "a lurking prowler"; "a sneak attack"; "stealthy footsteps"; "a surreptitious glance at his watch"; "someone skulking in the shadows"
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{i} reading of discussion groups without leaving messages in them or contributing to the conversation (Internet)
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Reading news or mailing lists but not contributing to that list yourself It helps newcomers understand the community before they contribute so it is a good idea
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Lurking involves simply listening or watching and not participating on an IRC channel, a mailing list, or some other type of Internet connection
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Reading news in newsgroups for some time before posting to a newsgroup This is a good idea and can save embarrassement Reading messages from electronic mailing lists but not contributing to that list yourself
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Non-active participation on the part of a subscriber to an mailing list, a Usenet newsgroups, and IRC channel, a video connection, or any other Internet communication device If you're "lurking," you're generally just listening to the discussion It's usually best to lurk if you're a beginner or if you are new to a communication group This allows you to get up to speed on the history or acceptable behavior of the group
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The act of browsing through online forums and discussion groups and reading the posts and exchanges without posting a message of your own Some consider this sneaky, while others encourage the practice to allow newcomers to get a feel for the internal etiquette and rules of engagement before sticking their foot in their mouth
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To read a network newsgroup or electronic mailing list and not post any messages; usually considered to be good netiquette for those unfamiliar with the newsgroup Most regular participants appreciate new contributors getting the feel of the discussion before jumping in
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Denotes the process of reading newsgroup discussions without participating This is recommended for people new to a particular group [week 3]
on the lurk
ambush, lie in wait and make a surprise attack
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