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Wi-Finoun [U]

us   /ˈwɑɪˈfɑɪ/ trademark
a method of connecting a computer to the Internet or to another computer without using wires: The mayor said his administration would look at making Wi-Fi available citywide at little or no charge.
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wi-finoun [U]

also Wi-Fi uk   /ˈwaɪfaɪ/ us   INTERNET, IT
abbreviation for wireless fidelity: a system used for connecting computers and other electronic equipment to the internet without using wires: Built-in wi-fi now comes as a standard feature. The coffee shop now offers free wi-fi. All the cameras on the street are wi-fi enabled.wi-fi access/connection/network This model allows you to connect to a Wi-Fi network in just a couple of clicks.wi-fi signal/technology/service More and more cities are offering free wi-fi service. a wi-fi hotspot/zone a wi-fi device/equipment/phone
(Definition of wi-fi from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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