Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A cafe from which customers can access the Internet.
  • noun A chatroom.

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  • noun Alternative spelling of cybercafé.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a cafe whose customers sit at computer terminals and log on to the internet while they eat and drink

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Examples

  • "I think it is fantastic," said Lazaro More, a musician who twice a week goes to a Havana "cybercafe" that allows access to a limited number of internal Web sites and e-mail options.

    MILESTONE: Fiber-Optic Communications Cable Arrives In Cuba

  • "I think it is fantastic," said Lazaro More, a musician who twice a week goes to a Havana "cybercafe" that allows access to a limited number of internal Web sites and e-mail options.

    MILESTONE: Fiber-Optic Communications Cable Arrives In Cuba

  • "I think it is fantastic," said Lazaro More, a musician who twice a week goes to a Havana "cybercafe" that allows access to a limited number of internal Web sites and e-mail options.

    MILESTONE: Fiber-Optic Communications Cable Arrives In Cuba

  • "I think it is fantastic," said Lazaro More, a musician who twice a week goes to a Havana "cybercafe" that allows access to a limited number of internal Web sites and e-mail options.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • "I think it is fantastic," said Lazaro More, a musician who twice a week goes to a Havana "cybercafe" that allows access to a limited number of internal Web sites and e-mail options.

    Breaking News: CBS News

  • "I think it is fantastic," said Lazaro More, a musician who twice a week goes to a Havana "cybercafe" that allows access to a limited number of internal Web sites and e-mail options.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • "I think it is fantastic," said Lazaro More, a musician who twice a week goes to a Havana "cybercafe" that allows access to a limited number of internal Web sites and e-mail options.

    Breaking News: CBS News

  • It just means a "cybercafe" environment for children - light, comfortable, safe and inexpensive.

    The Guardian World News

  • The government of the Argentine capital inaugurated the first "cybercafe" for children and adolescents who live on the street, the first of five of these facilities expected to open in the city.

    VivirLatino

  • The government of the Argentine capital inaugurated the first "cybercafe" for children and adolescents who live on the street, the first of five of these facilities expected to open in the city.

    VivirLatino

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