Usenet(redirected from Net news)
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Use·netor USE·NET (yo͞oz′nĕt′)
A messaging system that uses a computer network, especially the internet, to transfer or archive posts organized in thematic groups.
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(Computer Science) computing a vast collection of newsgroups that follow agreed naming, maintaining, and distribution practices
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or USENET(ˈyuzˌnɛt, ˈyus-)
Computers. an extensive system of newsgroups: a branch of the Internet.
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Usenet[ˈjuːznet] N → Usenet f or m
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Usenet[ˈjuːznɛt] n → Usenet m
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