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08 Jun 2005 11:50 PDT
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Question ID: 530983
swedish to english of the word BUBBLARE as used at www.flickor.se
Answered By: blazius-ga on 09 Jun 2005 01:05 PDT
"Bubblare" is not defined on the site in question, but the term is commonly used to describe somebody (or something) who is rising fast on a ranking list - like a bubble of air in water. The major Swedish web search enginge eniro.se uses "bubblare" as a term for the search words that are quickly gaining popularity (http://www.eniro.se/topplistor/). (Google has a similar service called the "Zeitgeist", it is available at ://www.google.com/press/zeitgeist.html) Flickor.se is a website where people can post a picture of themselves and have other users rate their looks. The section called "bubblare" is the section of the newcomers who are rising fastest on the ranking lists. Search strategy: Norwegian is my mother tounge, and the Norwegian equivalent of Swedish "bubblare" is commonly used in Norwegian ranking lists as well.
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