Origin of Spam
OTHER WORDS FROM Spamspammer, noun
Words nearby Spam
How to use Spam in a sentence
Two weeks ago, spam text messages started pinging the mobile phones of Hong Kong residents associated with the protests.
Spam, squirt guns, earthworms, pirate costumes—stuff like that.
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“There are plenty of companies that are more than happy to spam and scam customers with bare-minimum products,” McEwen says.
APN will not send you any other content—no spam, no solicitation.
This is called a "word frequency histogram" and it tells you what the probability is that any bag of words is likely to be spam.
Darryl and I once tried to write our own better spam filter and when you filter spam, you need Bayesian math.
Now, take a ton of email that's not spam -- in the biz, they call that "ham" -- and do the same.
You take every word that's in the spam and count how many times it appears.
If it turns out to be spam, you adjust the "spam" histogram accordingly.
British Dictionary definitions for Spam (1 of 2)
Derived forms of spamspammer, noun
Word Origin for spam
British Dictionary definitions for Spam (2 of 2)
Cultural definitions for Spam
Unsolicited, undesired e-mail. Also used as a verb. Spam is the e-mail version of junk mail.