cybercafe cybercafe


  • (n) a cafe whose customers sit at computer terminals and log on to the internet while they eat and drink


  1. The average cybercafe is a potential store of such information.
  2. Whole latte community goin' on: full house at a cybercafe in the city of Essen.
  3. Online forums, in contrast, are buzzing with timely tips from fellow travelers--many of whom have just returned from a trip or, better still, are logging on from a cybercafe abroad.


  • 'Cybercafes' bill ban dies in Senate committee

    A bill that would have outlawed cybercafes, or Internet sweepstakes businesses, from operating in Colorado died Wednesday in the Senate Business, Labor and Technology Committee.
    on May 8, 2014     Source: Denver Post


  • "The average number of scammers in every cybercafe is 20," said Ribadu.
    on Oct 14, 2005 By: Nuhu Ribadu Source: ZDNet UK

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