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Meaning of “cyberspace” in the English Dictionary

"cyberspace" in British English

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cyberspacenoun [U]

uk   /ˈsaɪ.bə.speɪs/  us   /-bɚ-/
the internet ​considered as an ​imaginaryarea without ​limits where you can ​meetpeople and ​discoverinformation about any ​subject: You can ​find the ​answer to ​almost any ​question in cyberspace.
(Definition of cyberspace from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"cyberspace" in American English

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cyberspacenoun [U]

 us   /ˈsɑɪ·bərˌspeɪs/
an ​electronicsystem that ​allowscomputer users around the ​world to ​communicate with each other or to ​accessinformation for any ​purpose: A ​group of knitters has banded together in cyberspace to ​offerfreepatterns.
(Definition of cyberspace from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"cyberspace" in Business English

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cyberspacenoun [U]

(also cyber space) uk   us   /ˈsaɪbəˌspeɪs/ informal INTERNET
the ​internet considered as an imaginary ​area where ​emails, ​websites, etc. exist, especially when ​information is ​passing between one ​computer and another: It is not surprising that more of cyberspace is being devoted to helping ​consumersbuygreen.in/through cyberspace Many ​banks and ​creditcard issuers are setting up ​shop in cyberspace.
(Definition of cyberspace from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “cyberspace”
in Spanish Ciberespacio…
in Vietnamese không gian mạng…
in Malaysian ruang siber…
in Thai ไซเบอร์สเปซ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 网络空间…
in Turkish internet…
in Russian интернет…
in Indonesian dunia maya…
in Chinese (Traditional) 網路空間…
in Polish cyberprzestrzeń…
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