Last modified on 26 May 2014, at 17:58

cybercrew

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

cyber- +‎ crew

NounEdit

cybercrew (plural cybercrews)

  1. (rare) A crew or group of people who interact in cyberspace.
    • 2008, Tyrone Adams, Stephen A. Smith, Electronic tribes: the virtual worlds of geeks, gamers, shamans, and scammers (page 246)
      The “Klaliffs” he must defer to within his cybercrew cannot control him offline, for they do not even know his real name.
    • 2011, Don Pendleton, Extermination (page 180)
      Rather than view something forwarded from another monitor, the cybercrew remained mobile—especially Kurtzman with his wheelchair—so as not to risk any alterations or degradation of signal by continual forwarding.