cybercafe

cybercafé

[sahy-ber-ka-fey ‐kuh-fey]
noun
a café, coffee bar, etc., that offers Internet access on its own computers or on customer's laptops, usually for a fee.
Also, cybercafe.
Also called Internet café.


Origin:
1990–95; cyber- + café

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cybercafé (ˈsaɪbəˌkæfeɪ, -ˌkæfɪ)
 
n
a café with computer equipment that gives public access to the internet

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Main Entry:  cybercafe
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  a café or coffee shop where one may use a computer and access the Internet while eating or drinking; also called cyber-café, [cyber café], Internet café, net bar, wangba
Etymology:  cyber- 'cybernetics' + café
Usage:  computing
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cybercafe
1994, from cyber + cafe.
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