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Wi-Fi

 (wī′fī′)
A trademark for the certification of products that meet certain standards for transmitting data over wireless networks.

Wi-Fi

(ˈwaɪˌfaɪ)
n
(Computer Science) computing a system of accessing the internet from remote machines such as laptop computers that have wireless connections
[C20: from wi(reless) fi(delity)]
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wi-fi

n abbr of wireless fidelityWi-Fi nt

Wi-Fi

واي فاي WiFi WiFi WiFi WiFi wifi Wi-Fi Wi-Fi wifi WiFi ワイファイ WiFi WiFi trådløst datanett komputerowe sieci bezprzewodowe WiFi беспроводной доступ WiFi เชื่อมต่อกับอินเตอร์เน็ตแบบไร้สาย WiFi mạng không dây Wifi 无线上网
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