cybercafé

or cy·ber·ca·fe

[ sahy-ber-ka-fey ‐kuh-fey ]
/ ˈsaɪ bər kæˌfeɪ ‐kəˌfeɪ /

noun

a café, coffee bar, etc., that offers Internet access on its own computers or on customer's laptops, usually for a fee.

Nearby words

  1. cyberathlete,
  2. cyberattack,
  3. cyberbully,
  4. cyberbullying,
  5. cybercafe,
  6. cybercasting,
  7. cyberchondria,
  8. cybercrime,
  9. cyberculture,
  10. cyberhack

Origin of cybercafé

First recorded in 1990–95; cyber- + café

Also called Internet café.

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British Dictionary definitions for internet café

cybercafé

/ (ˈsaɪbəˌkæfeɪ, -ˌkæfɪ) /

noun

a café with computer equipment that gives public access to the internet
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Word Origin and History for internet café

cybercafe

n.

1994, from cyber + cafe.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper