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mail bomb

[ meyl-bom ]
/ ˈmeɪl ˌbɒm /
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noun
Also e·mail bomb [ee-meyl] /ˈiˌmeɪl/ . a very large number of emails sent to a single email address or computer network, usually causing a server or system to crash.
verb (used with or without object)
Also mail-bomb . to send a mail bomb to (an email address or computer network).
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Origin of mail bomb

First recorded in 1970–75
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