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Oxford dictionary definition of the word troll:
1make a deliberately offensive or provocative online posting with the aim of upsetting someone or eliciting an angry response from them:
if people are obviously trolling then I’ll delete your posts and do my best to ban you
you folks taking this opportunity to troll me, you really need to reassess your values in your life
2carefully and systematically search an area for something:
a group of companies trolling for partnership opportunities
I spent tonight trolling the Internet for expensive lighting gear
fish by trailing a baited line along behind a boat:
we trolled for mackerel
3 [no object, with adverbial of direction] chiefly British walk in a leisurely way; stroll:
we all trolled into town
4 [with object] sing (something) in a happy and carefree way:
he trolled a note or two
1a person who makes a deliberately offensive or provocative online posting:
one solution is to make a troll’s postings invisible to the rest of community once they’ve been recognized
a deliberately offensive or provocative online posting.
2a line or bait used in trolling for fish.
late Middle English (in the sense ‘stroll, roll’): origin uncertain; compare with Old French troller ‘wander here and there (in search of game)’ and Middle High German trollen ‘stroll’