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"Do you know how to fix the problem with my computer?" "No, why don't you Google it?"


"How am I supposed to fix this? Guess I'll Google it."

asked Aug 27 '10 at 19:13

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I guess Google as a verb is used frequently here and in chat. Some people answer when someone ask a question to "google it" (though we would not prefer people to do that).

answered Aug 27 '10 at 19:21

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Yes I think every one almost done that is due to the fact that when people say google it. That is a action witch is a verb. The only thing that I must add is that Google can be used as a verb bust in actual term it is noun, due to Google being a thing. The reason why people us it as a verb is you us Google to look things up, but instead of saying, look it up on google, people say, google it. Like I said pefore peolpe due use it as a verb, but it is not a verb, Google is a noun.

answered Aug 27 '10 at 19:41

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Jeff Beyl

Yes I do, probably almost daily :) And according to the dictionary on my Mac it is a verb and noun (although it says it is informal).

answered Aug 27 '10 at 20:01

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