Some vocabulary met during watching video news on internet
Leet , 1337, or l33t, also known as leetspeak, is another alphabet for the English language used mostly on the internet in forums, chat rooms and online games. It uses various combinations of ASCII characters to replace Latinate letters.
• Card type: Vocabulary
• Tags: Leet
• Last updated: 07-Jul-14
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