(n) an ancient cartographical scroll of parchment used in the olden days to find out where you are or how to get somewhere else. Popular with pirates, vikings and pompous british sailors.

(v) to use a paper map to find a place or directions to somewhere
Jerry: "Hey Mavis, do you recognise this place? Maybe I shouldn't have taken that last exit? ... Why are there so many cows?"

Mavis: "Oh, hang on a minute, darl. I'll put down my knitting and get out the map google."
作者 dalb0z 2011年2月07日

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