cyber- Meaning in Cambridge Business English Dictionary
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cyber-

prefix
 
 
/saɪbər/ INTERNET
involving, using, or relating to computers, especially the internet: cybersales/the cyber-economy The cyber-economy of telecoms and the internet theoretically makes it possible for chunks of the workforce to operate from home.
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