cybertraveler

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NounEdit

cybertraveler (plural cybertravelers)

  1. One who travels through cyberspace.
    • 1998, Martin Oppermann, Sex tourism and prostitution
      The cybertraveler is able to experience a wide variety of cultures and destinations.
    • 2000, Michael Cronin, Across the lines: travel, language, translation
      A salient difference between cybertravel and forms of travel previously discussed is the disembodied nature of the cybertraveller.
    • 2001, Sidonie Smith, Moving lives: twentieth-century women's travel writing
      This apparent disappearance releases the cybertraveler into a state of anonymity.

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Last modified on 27 September 2010, at 13:38