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viral

of, relating to, or caused by a virus
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viral

(1) With regard to malware, see virus.

(2) Proliferating at high speed. "To go viral" means that an ad, message or video spreads across the Internet very quickly and is seen by many people. See viral marketing, viral video and viral post.
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