Google has started offering dictionary definitions automatically when searches are performed for unusual words, eliminating the need to add define: to the front of those words. It doesn't trigger automatically for more common words (or Aussie slang), but it's a useful addition if you're confronted with a linguistic oddity. [via Official Google Blog]
Google Makes Finding Definitions Easier
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