Scrobble meaning

(slang) To waylay, kidnap or steal.

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(Internet slang) To publish one's music-listening habits to the Internet via software, in order to track when and how often certain songs are played.
verb
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To share interests with others on the Web. The term was coined by Last.fm, which logs people's music title preferences in order to make recommendations to others. See Last.fm.
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A datum or the aggregate data collected by this means.
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Origin of scrobble

  • From the name of the Internet service Audioscrobbler.

    From Wiktionary

  • 1927, in the book The Midnight Folk by John Masefield.

    From Wiktionary