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    #1

    someone who wows

    I saw the exclamation 'wow' used as verb at English news paper.
    the story was about a woman who suceed by herself.
    I thought 'wow' is just excalmation. but in this news it is used as verb.
    what happened? is it conversion?
    what it means 'wow' as verb?

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    Re: someone who wows

    Quote Originally Posted by kyungmin View Post
    I saw the exclamation 'wow' used as verb at English news paper.
    the story was about a woman who suceed by herself.
    I thought 'wow' is just excalmation. but in this news it is used as verb.
    what happened? is it conversion?
    what it means 'wow' as verb?
    Look here: wow verb - definition in British English Dictionary & Thesaurus - Cambridge Dictionary Online

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