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Meaning of “the Web” in the English Dictionary

"the Web" in British English

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the Webnoun [S]

uk   us   /web/
A2 the ​system of ​connecteddocuments on the internet: Jane's been surfing the Web all ​morning.

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(Definition of the Web from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"the Web" in Business English

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the Webnoun [S]

(also the web) uk   us   IT, INTERNET
the ​system of ​connecteddocuments on the ​internet, often containing pictures, ​video, and ​sound, that can be ​searched for ​information about a particular ​subject: access/browse/surf the Web Most of the ​work can be done using your own ​computer to ​access the web.on/over the Web All ​majortravelagents now ​sell on the Web.
(Definition of the Web from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “the Web”
in Chinese (Simplified) 万维网…
in Chinese (Traditional) 萬維網,全球資訊網…
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