Definition of onliner in English:

onliner

Line breaks: on|liner
Pronunciation: /ɒnˈlʌɪnə
 
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noun

informal
A person who is online; an Internet user: how do you prevent altered ‘facts’ from being presented to young onliners as the gospel truth?
More example sentences
  • And singing is impossible (unless you consider the mutual recitation of lyrics as singing - which some onliners do).
  • In defence of the reporters is the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EEF) which believes onliners deserve the same protection from revealing professional confidences enjoyed by other journalists.
  • Probably out of a discontent with the dwindling resources dedicated to film in the traditional media, we onliners are defining our own film culture as we go along.

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