Definition of digerati in English:

digerati

Line breaks: di¦ger|ati
Pronunciation: /ˌdɪdʒəˈrɑːti
 
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noun

People with expertise or professional involvement in information technology.
More example sentences
  • When someone sends something interesting he forwards it along, and the digerati who are part of the list depend on his unerring sense of what's important to keep the signal-noise ratio extremely high.
  • The dominance of the digerati is disappointing, but I have to applaud the fact that a core element of our security profession sees the wisdom of building a security metrics database.
  • The self-congratulation of the digerati truly knows no bounds.

Origin

1990s: blend of digital and literati.

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