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  • noun A group based in cyberspace or on the Internet.


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cyber- +‎ group


  • It's easy to get so enmeshed in a cybergroup of like-thinking people -- Wall Street wannabes, racists, idealists, even journalists -- that you lose perspective on the real world.

    Masters Of Their Own Universe?

  • On Thursday the party said the strikers has received messages of support from workers in Brazil, Canada and had set a cybergroup of

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • In a brief statement the party's general secretary Shaheed Mahomed said the Communication and Paper Workers Union of Canada had also lent its support and have "set their cybergroup of 6000 members into action in support of the 13 and the strikers."

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Also, I was wondering if the ARRSE folks were a group actually meeting in person or a cybergroup who may or may not ever have seen one another.

    Army Rumour Service


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