Associations to the word «Web»
WEB, noun. The silken structure a spider builds using silk secreted from the spinnerets at the caudal tip of its abdomen; a spiderweb.
WEB, noun. Any interconnected set of persons, places, or things, which when diagrammed resembles a spider's web.
WEB, noun. Specifically, the World Wide Web (often capitalized Web).
WEB, noun. (baseball) The part of a baseball mitt between the forefinger and thumb, the webbing.
WEB, noun. A latticed or woven structure.
WEB, noun. The interconnection between flanges in structural members, increasing the effective lever arm and so the load capacity of the member.
WEB, noun. (rail transport) The thinner vertical section of a railway rail between the top (head) and bottom (foot) of the rail.
WEB, noun. A fold of tissue connecting the toes of certain birds, or of other animals.
WEB, noun. The series of barbs implanted on each side of the shaft of a feather, whether stiff and united together by barbules, as in ordinary feathers, or soft and separate, as in downy feathers.
WEB, noun. (manufacturing) A continuous strip of material carried by rollers during processing.
WEB, noun. (lithography) A long sheet of paper which is fed from a roll into a printing press, as opposed to individual sheets of paper.
WEB, noun. (dated) A band of webbing used to regulate the extension of the hood of a carriage.
WEB, noun. A thin metal sheet, plate, or strip, as of lead.
WEB, noun. The blade of a sword.
WEB, noun. The blade of a saw.
WEB, noun. The thin, sharp part of a colter.
WEB, noun. The bit of a key.
WEB, proper noun. Alternative letter-case form of Web: the World Wide Web.
WEB, verb. (intransitive) to construct or form a web
WEB, verb. (transitive) to cover with a web or network
WEB, verb. (transitive) to ensnare or entangle
WEB, verb. (transitive) to provide with a web
WEB, proper noun. (possibly informal outside attributive use) The World Wide Web.
WEB 1.0, noun. (Internet) The first generation of the World Wide Web, characterized by separate static websites rather than continually-updated weblogs and social networking tools.
WEB 2.0, noun. (Internet) The second generation of the World Wide Web, especially the movement away from static webpages to dynamic and shareable content, social networking, and online collaboration.
WEB 3.0, noun. (Internet) The predicted third generation of the World Wide Web, usually conjectured to include semantic tagging of content.
WEB ADDRESS, noun. Uniform Resource Locator, URL
WEB ADDRESSES, noun. Plural of web address
WEB APP, noun. A web application.
WEB APPLICATION, noun. A computer application that is accessed via a web browser, often over a network but sometimes offline.
WEB APPLICATIONS, noun. Plural of web application
WEB BEACON, noun. A web bug
WEB BEACONS, noun. Plural of web beacon
WEB BROWSER, noun. A computer program used to navigate the World Wide Web, chiefly by viewing web pages and following hyperlinks.
WEB BROWSER, noun. Alternative letter-case form of web browser
WEB BROWSERS, noun. Plural of web browser
WEB BROWSERS, noun. Plural of Web browser
WEB BUG, noun. A small, usually transparent image added by an advertiser to a webpage (to track its popularity) or e-mail message (to track when it is read).
WEB BUGS, noun. Plural of web bug
WEB CELEB, noun. (colloquial) An internet celebrity; a person who becomes famous by means of being broadcasted online.
WEB CELEB, noun. (colloquial) (attributively) Of or relating to a celebrity.
WEB CELEB, noun. (figuratively) (Internet) (slang) A commonly accepted internet meme - to disseminate information about how run-of-the-mill people are achieving online superstardom.
WEB CELEBS, noun. Plural of web celeb
WEB CHAT, noun. Alternative form of webchat
WEB CHATS, noun. Plural of web chat
WEB COLOR, noun. (Internet) Any color, specified as an RGB triplet or in hexadecimal format, that can be displayed on a web page
WEB COLORS, noun. Plural of web color
WEB COLORS, noun. (in the plural) the complete palette of colors that are displayed on the web and on the computer
WEB CONFERENCE, noun. (computing) A meeting, presentation or other communication hosted via the World Wide Web.
WEB CONFERENCES, noun. Plural of web conference
WEB CONTENT, noun. (computing) a web page as delivered to the client, including text, images, hyperlinks, audio and video content; may be generated statically or dynamically
WEB CRAWLER, noun. (Internet) Synonym of Web spider.
WEB CRAWLERS, noun. Plural of Web crawler
WEB DESIGN, noun. The trade of a web designer; the creation of web pages, especially in terms of layout and presentation rather than functionality.
WEB DESIGNER, noun. (computing) A person who designs (and sometimes creates) web sites, and any associated application software
WEB DESIGNERS, noun. Plural of web designer
WEB DEVELOPER, noun. (computing) A person who develops applications designed to be used via the Internet
WEB DEVELOPERS, noun. Plural of web developer
WEB DIVER, noun. A person skillful in web diving.
WEB DIVERS, noun. Plural of web diver
WEB DIVING, noun. The act of viewing the less known parts of the Internet. In contrast to web surfing which refers to the casual viewing of mainstream web sites, web diving describes viewing uncommon web sites by following successive hyperlinks. Thus "diving" to the deeper parts of the web.
WEB FEED, noun. (Internet) newsfeed
WEB FEEDS, noun. Plural of web feed
WEB HOSTING, noun. The service of hosting a site on the Internet making it viewable for other users on the net.
WEB OF TRUST, noun. (cryptography) A decentralized cryptographic mechanism for establishing the authenticity of the binding between a public key and its owner.
WEB PAGE, noun. A single hypertext document (transmitted as HTML) on the World Wide Web, often hyperlinked to others, and intended to be viewed with a web browser.
WEB PAGE, noun. (loosely) A website, by extension from the home page of the site.
WEB PAGE, noun. Alternative form of web page
WEB PAGES, noun. Plural of web page
WEB PAGES, noun. Plural of Web page
WEB PROVIDER, noun. (Internet) A business offering Internet-based services, such as an ISP (Internet service provider) or web hosting company.
WEB ROBOT, noun. (Internet) Synonym of Web spider.
WEB ROBOTS, noun. Plural of Web robot
WEB SCUTTER, noun. (Internet) Synonym of Web spider.
WEB SCUTTERS, noun. Plural of Web scutter
WEB SERVER, noun. (computing) software that delivers Web pages and other documents to browsers using the HTTP protocol.
WEB SERVER, noun. (computing) the computer on which such software runs.
WEB SERVER, noun. Alternative form of web server
WEB SERVERS, noun. Plural of Web server
WEB SERVERS, noun. Plural of web server
WEB SERVICE, noun. (computing) A software system designed to support interoperable machine-to-machine interaction over a network.
WEB SERVICES, noun. Plural of Web service
WEB SITE, noun. A collection of HTML and subordinate documents on the World Wide Web that are typically accessible from the same URL and residing on the same server, and form a coherent, usually interlinked whole.
WEB SITE, noun. Alternative form of web site
WEB SITES, noun. Plural of web site
WEB SITES, noun. Plural of Web site
WEB SPIDER, noun. (Internet) A software that gathers specific information in an automated and orderly way from the Internet.
WEB SPIDERS, noun. Plural of Web spider
WEB SURFER, noun. Alternative spelling of websurfer (A person who surfs the internet as a leisure.)
WEB TELEVISION, noun. Television programming produced for original distribution through the internet.
WEB, noun. An intricate network suggesting something that was formed by weaving or interweaving; "the trees cast a delicate web of shadows over the lawn".
WEB, noun. An intricate trap that entangles or ensnares its victim.
WEB, noun. The flattened weblike part of a feather consisting of a series of barbs on either side of the shaft.
WEB, noun. An interconnected system of things or people; "he owned a network of shops"; "retirement meant dropping out of a whole network of people who had been part of my life"; "tangled in a web of cloth".
WEB, noun. Computer network consisting of a collection of internet sites that offer text and graphics and sound and animation resources through the hypertext transfer protocol.
WEB, noun. A fabric (especially a fabric in the process of being woven).
WEB, noun. Membrane connecting the toes of some aquatic birds and mammals.
WEB, verb. Construct or form a web, as if by weaving.
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