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cybercafe
American English: /ˈsaɪbərkæˌfeɪ/
British English: /ˈsʌɪbəkafeɪ/

Translation of cybercafe in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • Like other ideas before it - radio, home computers, the Internet, cybercafes - wireless networks have moved from hobbyist fun to big business.
    • In addition there is the cost of access at cybercafes - the commercial Internet service providers in the capital city.
    • Because personal computers are still expensive by China's income standard, most people access the internet from cybercafes or from offices.

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