Last modified on 26 May 2014, at 18:18

cybersavvy

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

cyber- +‎ savvy

AdjectiveEdit

cybersavvy (comparative more cybersavvy, superlative most cybersavvy)

  1. (informal) Savvy with regard to computers or the Internet; technologically inclined.
    • 1998, Richard Davis, Diana Marie Owen, New Media and American Politics
      We may be in store for a new era of cybersavvy candidates who campaign well online, limiting the pool of potential leaders.
    • 2002, David Taylor, Alyse D Terhune, Doing E-Business: Strategies for Thriving in an Electronic Marketplace
      ...such as disintermediation or significant loss of market share to Internet upstarts or cybersavvy traditional competitors.
    • 2006, Suzanne Rowan Kelleher, Frommer's Ireland from $90 a Day
      In cybersavvy Dublin, public-access terminals are in shopping malls, hotels, and hostels throughout the city center.