[net-uh-zuh n, ‐suh n] /ˈnɛt ə zən, ‐sən/
(sometimes initial capital letter) a user of the Internet, often one who is actively engaged in uncensored online discussions of political and social issues:
Chinese netizens who post their messages using pseudonyms.
(informal) a person who regularly uses the internet
1995, from net, short for Internet + citizen.
A semantic network language, for connectionist architectures. [“NETL: A System for Representing and Using Real-World Data”, S.E. Fahlman, MIT Press 1979]. (1995-01-05)
[net] /nɛt/ noun 1. a bag or other contrivance of strong thread or cord worked into an open, meshed fabric, for catching fish, birds, or other animals: a butterfly net. 2. a piece of meshed fabric designed to serve a specific purpose, as to divide a court in racket games or protect against insects: a […]
noun 1. . noun 1. a line defining a limit or edge of an excavation, cut stone, etc.
A program to down-load Excelan TCP/IP software. The host’s Ethernet address can be specified as netload -e aabbccddeeff where aabbccddeeff is a 12 hexadecimal digit number. (1994-12-14)