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interweb

[ in-ter-web ]
/ ˈɪn tərˌwɛb /
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noun
the internet: used jocularly when pretending to be or referring to an inexperienced internet user, or when expressing a disdain for certain internet content: vague recollections presented as fact on the interweb.

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Also in·ter·webs, in·ter·webz [in-ter-webz] /ˈɪn tərˌwɛbz/ .

Origin of interweb

First recorded in 1995–2000; inter(net) + (World Wide) Web
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How to use interweb in a sentence

  • He was going to have to spend less time hacking the ride and more time reading the interweb, clearly.

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British Dictionary definitions for interweb

interweb
/ (ˈɪntəˌwɛb) /

noun
a facetious name for the internet, used to imply that the speaker has little understanding of or interest in the subject
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