Definition of 'browse'
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Web browsing by university students on laptops was monitored during 15 lectures. The Sun (2016)It was slow to introduce a mobile phone app, the preferred way for fashionistas to browse and shop. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The phone manufacturer has sold small phones designed primarily for internet browsing since 2005, but with very limited success. Computing (2010)They cannot take payment but can fill up while drivers browse forecourt shops. The Sun (2012)Basic web browsing is fine and key apps are available. The Sun (2013)The three banks are not just browsing. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Sign up to the newsletter and get freebies without having to browse the site. The Sun (2016)And you can browse the website for trend sections and styling ideas. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Wonderful photography and interesting facts make this book ideal to browse through at your leisure. The Sun (2012)This will give you the chance to check your emails and browse the internet without being charged. The Sun (2014)It is a small file that stores your browsing history and preferences. Times, Sunday Times (2015)She recalls browsing a shopping website that specialised in clothes for disabled people. Times, Sunday Times (2010) Just browse the map online. The Sun (2014)The gallery has put its entire collection online and art lovers can either browse or search by topic. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Visitors to the site can browse the home pages of thousands of bands and listen to tracks free. Times, Sunday Times (2007)You could spend thousands of pounds receiving emails and browsing websites without realising it until the bill drops on your doormat. Times, Sunday Times (2014)This is a good enough size to play movies on but not too large to stop you gaming or browsing the web. The Sun (2013)After a relaxing browse around the craft shops and boutiques, we hit the sightseeing trail again. The Sun (2010)I browse around religious bookshops and find so little that strikes a chord with me. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I want a tour round an ancient castle, followed by a browse in a gift shop. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Oh, to wander into a clothes shop for a casual browse, he muses. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I am browsing sewing books. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The best sites are easy to browse and search, and have good photographs of the art, with descriptions and helpful artist biographies. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'browse'
British English: browse /braʊz/ VERB
in shop If you browse in a shop, you look at things in a fairly casual way, in the hope that you might find something you like.
I stopped in several bookstores to browse.
- American English: browse
- Arabic: يَسْتَعْرِض
- Brazilian Portuguese: olhar sem compromisso
- Chinese: 浏览
- Croatian: razgledati
- Czech: prohlédnout
- Danish: browse
- Dutch: rondkijken
- European Spanish: echar una ojeada
- Finnish: selata
- French: naviguer Internet
- German: umsehen (sich)
- Greek: ξεφυλλίζω
- Italian: curiosare
- Japanese: 拾い読みする
- Korean: 훑어보다
- Norwegian: bla gjennom
- Polish: przejrzeć
- European Portuguese: olhar sem compromisso
- Romanian: a se uita
- Russian: скользить взглядом
- Spanish: ojear
- Swedish: bläddra
- Thai: ดูคร่าวๆ
- Turkish: göz atmak
- Ukrainian: переглядати
- Vietnamese: xem lướt qua
British English: browse VERB
on computer If you browse on a computer, you search for information in computer files or on the Internet, especially on the World Wide Web.
Try browsing around in the network bulletin boards.
British English: browse VERB
book If you browse through a book or magazine, you look through it in a fairly casual way.
...sitting on the sofa browsing through the TV pages of the paper.
Definition of browse from the Collins English Dictionary
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