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Diego Delfino Italy Local time: 09:46 Works in field Native speaker of: Italian
Merci, c'est ce que j'ai utilisé finalement!
17 hrs confidence:
Explanation: or more familiarly, twitto.
Both terms are regularly used in the media.
Which would avoid problems with usager/utilisateur
And I hear this much more frequently than "utilisateur de Twitter"
katsy Local time: 09:46 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 7
Notes to answerer
Asker: Thank you Katsy. Although I believe this answer to be correct, in Quebec they attach a lot of importance to the proper French term and tend to prefer not to use direct translations or 'calque' from English. In addition, twitteur/twitteuse relates to the person actually writing a tweet, and does not encompass the more 'passive' users.
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