Definición de Wi-Fi en inglés:

Wi-Fi

Silabificación: Wi-Fi
Pronunciación: /ˈwīfī
 
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sustantivo

trademark
A facility allowing computers, smartphones, or other devices to connect to the Internet or communicate with one another wirelessly within a particular area.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • While Wi-Fi is becoming a standard feature on notebooks, network coverage is anything but ubiquitous.
  • Add Wi-Fi, standard now on most new laptops, and your home office can be anywhere.
  • It will also deploy a Wi-Fi network to keep assorted hacks and photographers in touch.

verbo (Wi-Fies, Wi-Fying, Wi-Fied)

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Convert or adapt for Wi-Fi compatibility: what type of electronics will be immune from being Wi-Fied?
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Cybernomads already cluster at Starbucks, migrating to Kinko's if necessary for hardcopy, and abandon their offices to sit in Wi-Fied parks on sunny days.
  • So while we wait for all of these wires to be Bluetoothed and Wi-Fied into oblivion, it helps to know your plugs.
  • Crown for Royal City After Jerusalem, Mysore is the world's only other city to be entirely Wi-Fied.

Origen

1990s: from wireless + an apparently arbitrary second element, after hi-fi; sometimes incorrectly interpreted as a shortening of Wireless Fidelity.

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