(9) A 'noob
' is a newcomer (newbie), specially one that behaves arrogantly.
At level 67, Bruesa is an over-experienced "noob
," gamespeak for newbie or beginner, and nobody wants to play with her anymore.
You're a noob
." The Bureau of Indications has no idea what that means but thinks there must be some extra cancer research grants around somewhere that can be immediately reassigned to this worthy cause.
Surely, everyone knows what a noob
Hugh is when it comes to weddings - no wonder he hasn't got an invite.
Marrying star-crossed patterns is no noob
Addressing a ceremony in Narowal, Iqbal lashed out at the opposition while calling PTI chief Imran Khan a 'noob
' and PPP chairman Asif Ali Zardari a 'corrupt politician'.
We performed background correction and dye-bias equalization using the normal-exponential out-of-band (noob
) correction method (Triche et al.
Another feedback from Facebook mentioned that a customer who had enlisted and participated in the MongoDB course said that he was a noob
about mongoDB before attending the class.
A FOOTBALL fan - but only in the summer of evennumbered years.
Case in point, my daughter's recent "need" for a phone app (apparently my use of the word "application" is "so noob
") that, to me, defies any usefulness and actually holds with disdain the dedication of technology to improve humanity's plight whatsoever.
It wasn't until I overheard one of my best childhood friends' mother telling her to never bring me over again because nws niam thiab txiv yog neeg tsis zoo, nws yog lawv noob
, yuav phem ib yam li lawv (her parents are bad people, she is their seed, she will be just as bad as them)." Quoted from the blog: A Hmong Woman, http://ahmongwoman.com/2012/06/02/my-mermaid-prologue.
Melbourne, January 24 (ANI): Words of informal usage such as tweet, media punking, staycation, noob
and blag have been put up by Macquarie Dictionary to compete for the title of the word of 2009.