Origin of tweetechoic
An example of tweet is someone typing that they are "going out for pizza" in their "What's Happening?" text box on Twitter.
- A weak chirping sound, as of a young or small bird.
- A message posted on Twitter. Tweets are limited to 140 characters.
intransitive verbtweet·ed, tweet·ing, tweets
- To utter a weak chirping sound.
- To write a tweet on Twitter.
Origin of tweetImitative
(third-person singular simple present tweets, present participle tweeting, simple past tweeted or twote (internet), past participle tweeted or twoten (internet))
- (intransitive) To make a short high-pitched sound, like that of certain birds.
- (intransitive, Internet) To post an update to Twitter.
Onomatopoeic of the sound made by a bird.
tweet - Computer Definition
- The application has become integrated into Twitter, for example, allowing people to spread the link to their "Elf Yourself" video thru a single tweet that can go out and get passed along to all their friends.
- For example, if you want to talk about where you'll be in ten years, you may want to add #in10years to the end of your tweet to tie your tweet in with others who are talking about the same thing.
- Similarly to Google Trends, they give a glimpse into what people are interested in currently, and in general one particular person has not much to gain if they also tweet about a trending topic.
- HPSCRT: Those trends will last longer that impact a lot of people and thus many users tweet about: breaking and important news in politics or technology, news about celebrities, world events.
- Many fellow actors, including former boyfriend Ashton Kutcher, are expressing their sadness and condolences via Twitter, with Kutcher ending his Tweet with "…see you on the other side kid."