Chatroom



noun, Digital Technology.
1.
a branch of a computer network or a software application in which participants can engage in real-time discussions about a specific topic with one another (group chat)
See also (def 4).
/ˈtʃætˌruːm; -ˌrʊm/
noun
1.
a site on the internet, or another computer network, where users have group discussions by electronic mail, typically about one subject
noun

See chat line

A service provided by certain ISPs that allows a group of people to communicate with each other by typing at their keyboards.

Note: Chat rooms can facilitate free-flowing conversations ranging from a discussion about pop music to friendly banter.

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