Penterjemahan ke dalam Bahasa Melayu:
troll (e.g. web forums)
An instance of trolling, especially, in fishing, the trailing of a baited line. [from circa 1600]
(intransitive) To trundle, to roll from side to side. [from early 15th c.]
(fishing) To entice fish with bait; to fish using a line and bait or lures trailed behind a boat. [from circa 1600]
(Internet, Internet slang) A person who posts to a newsgroup, bulletin board, etc., in a way intended to anger other posters and to cause drama, or otherwise disrupt the group's intended purpose. [from late 20th c.]
(Internet) A deliberately inflammatory post to a newsgroup, etc. [from late 20th c.]
a deliberately inflammatory posting to a newsgroup
(fantasy) A supernatural being of varying size, now especially a grotesque humanoid creature living in caves or hills or under bridges. [from early 17th c.]
(transitive, intransitive, archaic) To sing the parts of in succession, as of a round, a catch, and the like; also, to sing loudly, freely or in a carefree way.
(slang) An ugly person of either sex
(intransitive) By extension, to search (for), to draw out, to entice, to lure.
A person who writes in online forums or the usenet with the sole purpose of starting heated discussions and annoying people.
(transitive, intransitive, obsolete) To move circularly.
(intransitive) To saunter. [from late 14th c.]
(intransitive) To disrupt the operation of an online community, particularly by luring others into combative argument. [from late 20th c.]
(slang)(intransitive) To stroll about in order to find a sexual partner. [from 20th c.]