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viral

Quickly and widely circulated on the Internet, as of content such as a video, picture, or post. Have you seen that viral video of the puppy lounging on a pool float? It's hilarious! This meme is definitely going to go viral.

go viral

To quickly and widely circulate on the Internet, as of a video, picture, or post. I can't believe that video of our puppy lounging on a pool float went viral!
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By making it easy for customers and employees to become brand ambassadors, Company Pages help grow a company's business virally through word-of-mouth, the most trusted form of advertising.
I do like seeing to what extent people will expose their lives virally.
Because video on the web has spread almost virally, video crafted out of an amateur aesthetic has contributed to a disruption of professional communication economies as it prompts us to ask: Can we use digital video to make work-related communication cool?
The appeal by the committee - which brings together a number of prominent British-based aid charities - was publicised by a Twitter message spread virally through internet social networks.
Short text messages, which are called tweets, are spread virally using computers or cellphones.
University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth (Fort Worth, TX) has patented natural killer (NK) cells possess the inherent capacity to kill various tumor and virally infected cells.
Topics include the future clinical impact of genetic diagnosis and drug therapies, virally encoded microRNA for gene silencing, development of gene-profile-responsive antisense agents, gene profiles and cancer, RNA delivery and the identification of candidate therapeutic target inflammatory molecules, ethical considerations for a genetic future in diagnosis and drug development, and applications in target of education, biomarker discovery, and compound characterizations.
com site but can be virally circulated well beyond the confines of the company's destination site, becoming a distributed network for publishing and collecting ads, as a consumer can submit a classified listing directly through the widget placed on an external site.
The virally exposed cells were also found to collect fat faster than normal, resulting in more and bigger fat cells.
Instead, most people now exchange banter about the latest funny thing they have seen on the internet, with 64 per cent of men and women revealing they are much more likely to tell their friends about something funny that had been sent to them virally.
Now, the studies are being conducted under the Consortium for the Prevention of Virally Induced Cancers, a private group formed by Harper last year.
The URL for this site has been transmitted virally among the e-mail accounts of many teenagers in the past few weeks.
NewsCubes can easily be virally mashed, or distributed, to successively hundreds or thousands more Web sites and blogs through re-mashing.
Students will vote on their favorite game and the winning product will be further developed and spread virally via the Internet.
Then there are the willful provocations, such as the unexpectedly hilarious ``Wonder Showzen,'' which has spread, slowly and virally.