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live-tweet

[ lahyv-tweet ]
/ ˈlaɪvˈtwit /
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verb (used with or without object)
(on the Twitter website) to tweet about (an event) while it is taking place.
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Origin of live-tweet

live2 (in the sense “broadcast or sent while happening”) + tweet (in the sense “to post on Twitter”)
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