Part of speech: adjective, verb or noun
Frequency: (currently still) rare
Origin: borrowed from the English language
Meanings of FIBER:
1. as adjective: highly pleasing, according to an ideal conception
– What a FIBEEEEEER Attack class that was!
– CXWorx is a FIBEEER core-training.
– The new release is really FIBER!
2. as verb: In this case, the significance of FIBER must be inferred from the context.
– FIBER it out.
– Stay FIBEEEER.
3. as a greeting or farewell between friends and as an exclamation of enthusiasm
4. as noun:
– English, fiber (the): https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fiber
– German, Fiber (die, feminin): (natural or synthetic) fiber
Synonyms for FIBER:
1. awesome, (super)cool, super, top, great, ingenious, grandios, excellent, brilliant, unique, fabulous, excellent, fantastic
2. When used as a verb, possible synonyms are to be derived from the context.
3. Hi! Hey! Cool! Wow! See ya!
4. Fibre, thread, muscle fibre
1. mostly: uppercase – FIBER
2. rarely: lowercase – fiber
Word separation: FI-BER
– singular: FIBER, FIBER, FIBER, FIBER
– plural: FIBER, FIBER, FIBER, FIBER
Did you know…?
The first use of FIBER as an adjective or verb can be dated with the greatest certainty to the beginning of 2019. For the first time it was documented in writing in a sports blog, Attackmania, e.g. here.
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