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/ˈbrouzər/,
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browsers, plural;
  1. A person who looks casually through books or magazines or at things for sale

  2. An animal that feeds mainly on high-growing vegetation

  3. A program with a graphical user interface for displaying HTML files, used to navigate the World Wide Web
    • - a Web browser

  1. a viewer who looks around casually without seeking anything in particular
  2. a program used to view HTML documents
  3. (browsing) browse: reading superficially or at random
  4. (browsing) browse: the act of feeding by continual nibbling
  5. A web browser is a software application for retrieving, presenting, and traversing information resources on the World Wide Web. An information resource is identified by a Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) and may be a web page, image, video, or other piece of content. ...
  6. (Browsing (predation)) Browsing is a type of predation in which a herbivore (or, more narrowly defined, a folivore) feeds on leaves, soft shoots, or fruits of high growing, generally woody, plants such as shrubs.Chapman, J.L. and Reiss, M.J., Ecology: Principles and Applications. Cambridge, U.K. ...
  7. A person or animal who browses; A person who, while shopping, purchases nothing; A software component capable of rendering HTML pages and allowing for navigation of HTML links, for example on the Internet; A person using a browser in the sense of 3
  8. (Browsers) A browser is a piece of software that allows you to view information on the Internet. The most popular browsers are currently Microsoft's Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Netscape Navigator.
  9. (Browsers) Software programs on your computer that make it easy to explore the World Wide Web. Browsers translate encoded files into the images, sounds, text and other elements you view on the Internet. Popular browsers include Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, Mozilla’s Firefox, Safari and Opera.
  10. (BROWSERS) Software programs that enable you to view web pages and other documents on the Internet. They "translate" HTML-encoded files into the text, images, sounds, and other features you see. ...
  11. (Browsers) a software designed to navigate in world wide web.
  12. (Browsers) A browser, or more accurately, user agent, is the software used to access a website. Examples of user agents are “Explorer” (for Microsoft Internet Explorer), “Netscape” (for Netscape Navigator), and “Googlebot” (an automated robot that scours the web for website content to include in ...
  13. (Browsers) Clocks & Alarms  Synchronization  Instant Messengers & Chats  Audio Players  Audio  Video  VoIP  Puzzle & Logic  Computer & Games & Hi-Tech  Interface  Strategy  GPS  Action & Shooting  Video Players  Task Managers & Launchers  Arcade  Role games  System management  Board  Maps
  14. (Browsers) Organisms that feed by scraping thin layers of living organisms from the surface of the substratum (eg., periwinkles feeding on rock-surface diatom films; urchins scraping a thin, filmy sponge colony from a rock).
  15. (Browsers) are creatures that mostly eat leaves, like Giraffe.
  16. (Browsing) A method of feeding by herbivores, in which the leaves and peripheral shoots are removed from trees and shrubs.
  17. (Browsing) As you move your mouse cursor over any word in the description, you see that the word gets underlined and the mouse cursor changes into a hand (exactly the same as you move over a link on an web page).
  18. (Browsing) Current popular fiction and non-fiction books are shelved in browsing collections in Honnold/Mudd Library.
  19. (Browsing) Goats moving from place to place as they eat various foliage and browse along the path.
  20. (Browsing) It's the same pattern, whether you're walking through a large store, or browsing on the Web, you're using a somewhat random way of locating something, where one thing can lead to another. ...
  21. (Browsing) Novell Directory Services (NDS) performs the necessary role of a name server within a multiple-server environment. During login, NDS provides essential name services to unauthenticated users so they can find trees or servers. ...
  22. (Browsing) One of two major strategies used to find information on a Web site, browsing is characterized by examining pages, and taking links that seem to take one closer to some goal Web page (whether or not that Web page actually exists). Also see searching.
  23. (Browsing) Patron activity of looking along library shelves to find a good book to read.
  24. (Browsing) The mode of eating of a Graminivorous animal.
  25. (Browsing) The process of following paths through a site, resulting in the acquisition of specific content objects. ...