You can use a hyphen after a search term to exclude words that you don’t want Google to search for. For example, the search may be for a mustang horse rather than a mustang car. Here’s how it works:
- In the Google search box type mustang –car to exclude any references to cars. Note that the space before the hyphen is important.
- You will now see a page of search engine results for mustang that don’t contain any car references.
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