junk mail

junk mail
junk mail /dʒankˈmeil, ingl. dʒʌŋkmeɪl/
[loc. ingl., propr. «corrispondenza elettronica (e-mail) spazzatura (junk)»]
loc. sost. f. inv.
CFR. spamming.

Sinonimi e Contrari. Terza edizione. 2010.

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