Examples of netizen in a Sentence
the dismaying rudeness that so many netizens exhibit while online
Recent Examples of netizen from the Web
Chinese netizens have been using them for years, says Meg Jing Zeng, a postdoctoral fellow who researches information control and digital activism at Hans-Bredow-Institut in Hamburg, Germany.
Until the censors catch on, the netizens might refer to their President/Secretary General/Chairman/Core Leader as Xisar or Second Emperor of Qina.
Chinese netizens across the country hailed Liang's honesty, with many saying the moment represented a collective national eye roll over the scripted news coverage of the rubber-stamp NPC.
The outraged response of many netizens in China to the African skit suggests a growing awareness at home that bigotry is a Chinese problem, too.
Her remarks went viral on the Chinese internet and Yang became the subject of virulent online attacks from patriotic Chinese netizens.
China’s rabidly nationalist netizens have even called for a boycott of Marriott.
The programs were designed to learn how to make conversation by listening to Chinese netizens.
The use of VPNs — computer networks that allow determined netizens in China to access content beyond the Great Firewall — have ground to a halt.
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Origin and Etymology of netizen
First Known Use: 1984See Words from the same year
NETIZEN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of netizen for English Language Learners
: a person who actively uses the Internet especially in a proper and responsible way
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