Live-tweet

What does it mean?

Posting on Twitter about an event as it’s happening

When someone is live-tweeting, they are posting tweets about something that is happening right now. People often live-tweet during big events that lots of folks are watching and talking about on Twitter.

Live-tweeting typically happens during exciting events like sports matches or film openings. The goal is to share real-time updates and reactions with the Twitter community. Live-tweet can be used as both a noun and a verb.

For instance, if Tim is posting tweets about the football game he is currently watching, he is live-tweeting. Or if you’re following Mary’s live-tweet during a music concert, you’re reading the live-tweet.

Live-tweeting is a popular way for people to share their thoughts and experiences in real-time, making their followers feel like they’re part of the action too. So, next time you see a big event unfolding, why not join in and live-tweet?

Example for using ‘Live-tweet’ in a conversation

Did you watch the game last night?

No, I missed it. But I saw all the live-tweets about it.

Oh, you mean people were tweeting while the game was happening?

Exactly! They were sharing updates, reactions, and funny moments in real-time.