cybercafe


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cy·ber·ca·fe

 (sī′bər-kă-fā′, -kə-)
n.
1. A cafe from which customers can access the internet.
2. A chatroom.

cybercafé

(ˈsaɪbəˌkæfeɪ; -ˌkæfɪ)
n
(Communications & Information) a café with computer equipment that gives public access to the internet
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cybercafé - a cafe whose customers sit at computer terminals and log on to the internet while they eat and drinkcybercafe - a cafe whose customers sit at computer terminals and log on to the internet while they eat and drink
cafe, coffee bar, coffee shop, coffeehouse - a small restaurant where drinks and snacks are sold
Translations
internetová kavárna
internetcafé
internet-kahvila
kafić s pristupom internetu
サイバーカフェ
사이버 카페
kiberkavarna
cyberkafé
อินเตอร์เน็ตคาเฟ่
quán cà phê internet

cybercafé

[ˈsaɪbəˌkæfeɪ] Ncibercafé m

cybercafé

[ˈsaɪbərkæfeɪ] ncybercafé m

cybercafé

مَقْهَى الاِنْتَرْنَت internetová kavárna internetcafé Internetcafé Ίντερνετ καφέ cibercafé internet-kahvila cybercafé kafić s pristupom internetu cybercafé サイバーカフェ 사이버 카페 cybercafé Internett-kafé kawiarnia internetowa cibercafé, cyber café Интернет-кафе cyberkafé อินเตอร์เน็ตคาเฟ่ sibercafe quán cà phê internet 网吧
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Baringo teachers have been warned against cybercafe fraudsters who find their documents, copy and use them to take loans.
The Vodafone Foundation has a team of volunteers, all Vodafone employees, on standby to deploy: Instant Network 3G, a mobile network in four suitcases with 3G connectivity which can be taken on a commercial flight; two Instant Charge devices - an outdoor mobile charging station which provides 66 charging points; and Instant Classroom Xtra, the Vodafone Foundation's 'digital school in a box', which is being repurposed to create an emergency cybercafe to enable communities to contact their loved ones and to support the humanitarian relief programme.
El Karib, who worked in a cybercafe in Ripoll, the Catalan town where the extremist cell was allegedly formed, had been in police custody since investigators found that he purportedly purchased plane tickets for some of its members.
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Referring to a BBC report, Henken said each cybercafe (or telepunto) has just three computers, limiting access for locals.
Il est 9h, Fatima, gestionnaire d'un cybercafe se hate vers le premier client qui emet le desir de faire juste une impression de quelques pages et des photocopies.
Cybercafe entrepreneurs have successfully adapted to technological developments and user needs by providing quality service, as well as informal support and training in the use of ICT.
The police said that a month after the incident, the accused had visited a cybercafe near their school to get a CD made of the clippings so they could allegedly blackmail the victim in the future.
It offers open fires in the winter, a model railway, a mini cybercafe and a children''s room full of toys.
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The service will provide cybercafes with: regulatory cyber security measures; cybercafe management and governance; digital lifestyle offerings for end consumers; online Test Centre; Sify Talk: ISD Calling; as well as online advertising and brand engagement platform.