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Internet in English
worldwide computer network that allows communication and data transfer between people connected to it (Computers)

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Internet in Greek
διαδίκτυο, internet

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Internet in Chinese (s)
因特网, 国际互联网络, (计算机用语) 世界范围的电脑网络 (允许连到它的人互相交流和传送资料)

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Internet in Chinese (t)
網際網路

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Internet in Arabic
شبكة الإتصالات

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Internet in Spanish
Internet, red de ordenadores mundial que permite comunicación y transferencia de datos, noticias y opiniones entre personas y usuarios conectadas a ella

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Internet in Dutch
Internet; wereldwijd computernetwerk dat kommunikatie en gegevensoverbrenging mogelijk maakt tussen de mensen die ermee verbonden zijn

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Internet in Portuguese
Internet, rede de computadores internacional que permite a comunicação e a transferência de dados entre as pessoas que estão conectadas a ela

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Internet in Turkish
İnternet

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Internet in Italian
Internet, rete di computer mondiale che consente la comunicazione e lo scambio di dati a operatori collegati tramite essa

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Internet in French
Internet, réseau informatique international qui permet au public d'accéder aux services tels que le web ou le courrier électronique (transfert de fichiers, photos, etc...)

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Internet in German
Internet, Internationales Computernetz das eine Kommunikation und eine Datenübertragung zwischen den Menschen die an das Netz verbunden sind ermöglicht (Comput)

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Internet in Japanese
インターネット, 接続している人の間のデータ送信や通信を可能にする世界規模のコンピュータネットワーク (コンピュータ)

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"Internet" in Macintosh用語辞典


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Internet in Hebrew
אינטרנט, מרשתת, רשת מחשבים עולמית המאפשרת תקשורת והעברת נתונים בין האנשים המחוברים אליה והמקשרת בין מיליוני מחשבים

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Internet in Swedish
internationellt datornät som har den största utbredningen och bygger på TCP/IP (data)

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Internet in English
The world's largest computer communication system, with an estimated 100-million users. Originated in the United States, though now operating world-wide, the Internet is a loose confederation of principally academic and research computer networks. It is not a network but rather the interconnection of thousands of separate networks using a common language. Developed by the Pentagon, the Internet first linked government agencies and colleges. Now the Net also connects thousands of companies and millions of individuals worldwide who subscribe to on-line services.

Copyright: © European Communities, 1995-2004 Dictionary source: Glossary of the European Information Society
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An enormous network consisting of literally millions of hosts from many organizations and countries around the world. It is physically put together from many smaller networks and data travels by a common set of protocols.

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internet
n : a computer network consisting of a worldwide network of computer networks that use the tcp/ip network protocols to facilitate data transmission and exchange [syn: cyberspace]



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A global computer network. - (read more on Internet)
  

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a system of computers, World Wide Web If you want to know more about any topic, get on the Internet.

Dictionary source: ENGLISH IDIOMS 2.EDITION
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Internet

A worldwide network of thousands of smaller computer networks and millions of commercial, educational, government, and personal computers. The Internet is like an electronic city with virtual libraries, storefronts, business offices, art galleries, and so on

Dictionary source: Vb Glossary 1.0
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A network of many networks that interconnect worldwide and use the Internet Protocol (IP) .When you connect to the internet,you actually become part of it.Always capitalized,the word Internet can also be referred to colloquially as the NET. An internet (lower case i) describes more than one local network interconnected by bridges or routers.See intranet and extranet



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Believe it or not, the Internet was created in 1969, during the Cold War, by the United States military. It was meant to be a "nuke-proof" communications network. Today, it consists of countless networks and computers all over the world, allowing millions of people to share information. Information on the Internet is transferred on huge lines known collectively as the Internet backbone. Instead of being regulated by the government, the Internet is now mainly controlled by the major Internet service providers such as MCI, Sprint, GTE, ANS, and UUNET. Because these providers make huge amounts of revenue off the Internet, they are also motivated to maintain consistent and fast connections which benefits everyday Internet users like you and me. Many people think the Internet and the World Wide Web are the same thing. They're not. The World Wide Web is what you are browsing right now -- it is only part of the Internet.


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The Internet is a global system of interconnected computer networks that use the standard Internet protocol suite (TCP/IP) to serve several billion users worldwide. It is a network of networks that consists of millions of private, public, academic, business, and government networks, of local to global scope, that are linked by a broad array of electronic, wireless, and optical networking technologies. The Internet carries an extensive range of information resources and services, such as the inter-linked hypertext documents of the World Wide Web (WWW), the infrastructure to support email, and peer-to-peer networks.

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Copyright: © This article uses material from Wikipedia® and is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License and under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License Dictionary source: Wikipedia English - The Free Encyclopedia
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An electronic means by which individuals can find virtually any information they desire, including information on stocks and options, via the World Wide Web.

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The worldwide network of networks based on the TCP/IP protocol. A non-commercial, self-governing network devoted mostly to communication and research with roughly 20 million users worldwide. The Internet is not an online service and has no real central "hub." Rather, it is a collection of tens of thousands of networks, online services, and single-user components. Also, when not capitalized, any interconnected set of networks.

Dictionary source: The Internet Dictionary
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When two or more networks  are connected, you have an internet (lower case i).
"The" Internet (upper case i) is the largest of the internets (the mother-of-all-internets...)
The Internet evolved from the ArpaNET (a U.S. military network) to an academic research network, to the current (global) commercial network. The Internet is growing tremendously in the number of connected servers  , and users. Other names: "the Net  ", "cyberspace  ", "the information superhighway  "...

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Noun
1. a computer network consisting of a worldwide network of computer networks that use the TCP/IP network protocols to facilitate data transmission and exchange
(synonym) Net, cyberspace
(hypernym) computer network


Dictionary source: WordNet 2.0
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Idirlíon, Idirghréasán, Mór-ghréasán, Liontán Domhanda
information superhighway: ollbhealach eolais

Dictionary source: Concise English-Irish Dictionary v. 1.1
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An international grouping of computer networks. The Internet started as a relatively tiny United States Department of Defense (DOD) Advanced Research Project Agency (ARPA) project in 1969. It commenced with the networking of four computers.  The Internet was not widely known between 1969 and 1991.  Its popularity exploded when HTML , HTTP , and the World Wide Web made it much easier to use the Internet.   For interactive computing between computers on the Internet, see Distributed Network Computing . For web browsers see Web browsers , Java , GINA , Gopher , Mosaic , and SLIP . For accounting educator Internet networks see ANet , ADO and RDS , International Internet Association , Internet 2 , PIC-AECM , and RAW . (See also ABKY , IKE , Sonet , Telnet , FTP , TENet , ARPANet , BITNET , World Wide Web , Finger Gateway , Whois Gateway , UUCP , NSFNet , NYSERNet , Gateways , Outernets , Macmillan Information SuperLibrary , Remote login , Search engine ,   TCP/IP , and USENet )

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n. The mother of all networks. First incarnated beginning in 1969 as the ARPANET, a U.S. Department of Defense research testbed. Though it has been widely believed that the goal was to develop a network architecture for military command-and-control that could survive disruptions up to and including nuclear war, this is a myth; in fact, ARPANET was conceived from the start as a way to get most economical use out of then-scarce large-computer resources.
As originally imagined, ARPANET's major use would have been to support what is now called remote login and more sophisticated forms of distributed computing, but the infant technology of electronic mail quickly grew to dominate actual usage. Universities, research labs and defense contractors early discovered the Internet's potential as a medium of communication between humans and linked up in steadily increasing numbers, connecting together a quirky mix of academics, techies, hippies, SF fans, hackers, and anarchists. The roots of this lexicon lie in those early years.
Over the next quarter-century the Internet evolved in many ways. The typical machine/OS combination moved from DEC PDP-10 s and PDP-20 s, running TOPS-10 and TOPS-20 , to PDP-11s and VAXes and Suns running Unix , and in the 1990s to Unix on Intel microcomputers. The Internet's protocols grew more capable, most notably in the move from NCP/IP to TCP/IP in 1982 and the implementation of Domain Name Service in 1983. It was around this time that people began referring to the collection of interconnected networks with ARPANET at its core as "the Internet".
The ARPANET had a fairly strict set of participation guidelines - connected institutions had to be involved with a DOD-related research project. By the mid-80s, many of the organizations clamoring to join didn't fit this profile. In 1986, the National Science Foundation built NSFnet to open up access to its five regional supercomputing centers; NSFnet became the backbone of the Internet, replacing the original ARPANET pipes (which were formally shut down in 1990). Between 1990 and late 1994 the pieces of NSFnet were sold to major telecommunications companies until the Internet backbone had gone completely commercial.
That year, 1994, was also the year the mainstream culture discovered the Internet. Once again, the killer app was not the anticipated one - rather, what caught the public imagination was the hypertext and multimedia features of the World Wide Web. Subsequently the Internet has seen off its only serious challenger (the OSI protocol stack favored by European telecom monopolies) and is in the process of absorbing into itself many of the proprietary networks built during the second wave of wide-area networking after 1980. It is now (1996) a commonplace even in mainstream media to predict that a globally-extended Internet will become the key unifying communications technology of the next century. See also the network and Internet address .

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a system of worldwide networks that enable the user to send electronic mail, conduct research, chat, and participate in news groups



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"The network of networks" . The Internet originally developed out of the ARPAnet. The ARPAnet model specifies that communication occurs between the source and destination computer in small parcels of data known as Internet Protocol (IP) packets . Each computer transmitting a packet has the responsibility of addressing and delivering it to the destination computer. Berkeley Systems adopted the IP networking system in their version on the UNIX operating system and over the years added many extra network oriented commands to the operating system. Before long, because of the device independence of this protocol, many different vendors adopted the IP system.
In the late 80's, the National Science Foundation (NSF) created five super-computer centers. They decided to link these centers using the IP protocol as a method of sharing the expensive resources. Academic institutions soon connected their local networks to the central NSF network backbone to be able to access the supercomputer resources. The collection of inter-connected networks became known as the Internet.
Today the Internet has become a global "information highway", connecting almost every country in the world together. Anyone with a computer, modem and the money (or opportunity) to connect into an online service provider (like America Online) can tap into the "network of networks." The World Wide Web (WWW) is one of the most popular Internet services.

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loads of computers all around the world linked up to one another so that they can exchange information (see World Wide Web). is a computer programme or application that allows personal computers to view graphics, sounds, email, and multimedia on the World Wide Web. The two most popular browsers are Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer. used for downloading and uploading files via the internet. frames allow display of multiple panels on a single screen each with its own distinct URL. It allows the division of a web page into separate regions that can display content independently. Frames can point to different URLs as well as be the target of other URLs - all within the same screen. An example is the unmoving menu located on the edge of the screen (see raynet homepage) with choices that once clicked, change the content in the larger viewing area. the computer language used to create hypertext and all pages on the Web (see Hypertext). a 'hit' is simply loading your web page into a person's Browser. The number of times your page is 'accessed' (viewed) is how many 'hits' your page has received. A counter is often added (see Raynet home page) to show the number of 'hits'. hypertext is the computer language that links documents to computers on the World Wide Web all over the world to one another (see HTML). the non-profit corporation tasked with the management of Internet names and addresses. a programme used for transposing realistic images e.g. photos, but not line drawings or logos, onto a website (see GIF). a universal computer language that can run on any computer and in any browser. links are the connection between hypertext pages. Every time you click on highlighted text to go to another page on the Web, you are following a link. being connected to another computer via a phone line. When you log on (have your modem connected) to your service provider for Interent access or other services you are online. an internet term; most of the graphics on the Web will be in the GIF format, a file-type that is readable by most graphic programmes. Animated GIf is a series of pictures made into a moving graphic similar to a cartoon (see JPEG).

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Provides a wide array of internet services tailored to meet the needs of individual and business customers; And provides business customers with a full range of services, including dedicated high-speed access, web hosting, server co-location and domain name registration and hosting. Internet Business's Intl
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Designs, develops and markets systems for securing, controlling, metering, and auditing electronic products, documents and programs for use in stand-alone applications, corporate networks and open networks such as the internet. INTERNET COMMERCE CORP
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Holding company with subsidiaries which manage and operate a network of business-to-business, electronic-commerce companies. INTERNET GOLF ASSOCIATION
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Provides internet access services and internet-related services such as network consulting and systems integration services, security for and support, maintenance and monitoring of customers internet systems. new registrant. Internet Pictures Corporation
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Provides visual content and other digital media solutions to facilitate commerce, communication and entertainment services; Provides both businesses and consumers complete end-to-end solutions which include the capture, processing, hosting and distribution of visual content and other digital media for the internet; And Internet Security Systems Inc
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Provides security management solutions including technology products and services, strategic counsel and education which protect digital assets and ensure the availability, confidentiality and integrity of computer systems and information critical to e-business success. INTERNET INFINITY INC
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A global network connecting millions computers. As of 1998, the Internet has more than 100 million users worldwide, and that number is growing rapidly. More than 100 countries are linked into exchanges of data, news and opinions.

Unlike online services, which are centrally controlled, the Internet is decentralized by design. Each Internet computer, called a host, is independent. Its operators can choose which Internet services to use and which local services to make available to the global Internet community. Remarkably, this anarchy by design works exceedingly well.
There are a variety of ways to access the Internet. Most online services, such as America Online, offer access to some Internet services. It is also possible to gain access through a commercial Internet Service Provider (ISP).



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An interconnection of networks. A worldwide interconnection of individual networks operated by government, industry, academia, and private parties. Note: The Internet originally served to interconnect laboratories engaged in government research, and has now been expanded to serve millions of users and a multitude of purposes.

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With a small ‘i’ it is the private linking together of computers using TCP/IP protocols. With a large ‘I’ it refers to the large public network.

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A collection of networks interconnected by a set of routers which allow them to function as a single, large virtual network. (note the capital "I") The Internet is the largest internet in the world. Is a three level hierarchy composed of backbone networks (e.g., NSFNET, MILNET), mid-level networks, and stub networks. The Internet is a multiprotocol internet. See also: backbone, mid-level network, stub network, transit network, Internet Protocol, Corporation for Research and Educational Networks, National Science Foundation. While an internet is a network, the term "internet" is usually used to refer to a collection of networks interconnected with routers. See also: network.

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The Internet (note the capital I) is the largest internet in the world. It is a three level hierarchy composed of backbone networks (e.g., NSFNET, MILNET), mid-level networks, and stub networks. The Internet is a multiprotocol internet.

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a system of computers, World Wide Web  If you want to know more about any topic, get on the Internet.


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The Internet is a world wide computer network through which you can send a letter, chat to people electronically or search for information on almost any subject you care to think of. Quite simply it is a "network of computer networks". It originated in the 1960's in the USA where the US defence was conscious of having its computer network destroyed by blowing up the central computer. A network was designed around the principle of "unreliable computers" - if one was destroyed or failed the remaining computers could still function. Each computer in the network acknowledges the existence of all of the others.

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Internet in Greek
(Lex). διαδίκτυο

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Ουσ. Διαδίκτυο, παγκόσμιο δίκτυο συνδεδεμένων ηλεκτρονικών υπολογιστών (το οποίο επιτρέπει τη μεταφορά δεδομένων μεταξύ των υπολογιστών)

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Internet in Esperanto
n. interreto

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Internet in Chinese (s)
[E] internet (n) [P] internet (f) [C] 互联网

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Internet in Arabic

COMPUTER
الإنترنت - شبكة حاسوبية بينية .

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ألاسم

شبكة اْتصاِت


ethar1@yahoo.com

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Internet in Spanish
International network - Internet | red internacional

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Internet, La Red

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Internet, la red

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Internet in Russian
сетевой адрес в Интернете; протокольный адрес в Сети


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Интернет, международная сеть; объединенная сеть; межсетевая связь
«Интернет Эксплорер», «сетевой исследователь», популярный браузер
протокол печати через Интернет протокол сетевого уровня, отвечающий за передачу через Интернет
сетевой адрес в Интернете; адрес Интернет-протокола сетевой адрес в Интернете протокол последовательной линии, межсетевой
протокол для последовательного канала


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n. комп. Интернет, международная компьютерная сеть

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Internet in Dutch
Internet

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Internet in Portuguese
Internet
Livros de IK (=internetwork) ligação entre redes (sua abreviatura é Internet)
Livros de IK

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Internet service provider
Provedor de internet

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Conceito
Internet


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Nome dado à rede mundial de computadores, na verdade a reunião de milhares de redes conectadas entre si. Nascida como um projeto militar, a internet evoluiu para uma rede acadêmica e hoje transformou-se no maior meio de intercâmbio de informações do mundo. Assume faces como meio de comunicação, entretenimento, ambiente de negócios e fórum de discussão dos mais diversos temas. A Internet é uma imensa rede que se estende por todo o planeta e praticamente por todos os países. Os meios de ligação dos computadores desta rede são variados, indo desde rádio, linhas telefônicas, ISDN (RDSI), linhas digitais, satélite, fibras ópticas, etc. Criada em 1969 pelo Departamento de Defesa dos EUA (DoD) como um projeto pioneiro de constituição de uma rede capaz de sobreviver a ataques nucleares, foi-se expandindo até chegar ao tamanho e importância que tem hoje (várias dezenas de milhões de usuários).

Dictionary source: English-Portuguese Telecommunication Dictionary
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Internet in Turkish
i.

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İnternet

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i.

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Internet in Thai
อินเทอร์เน็ต <คำอ่าน>หมายถึง เครือข่ายคอมพิวเตอร์นานาชาติที่มีสายตรงต่อไปยังสถาบันหรือหน่วยงานต่าง ๆ เพื่ออำนวยความสะดวกให้แก่ผู้ใช้รายใหญ่ทั่วโลก ผ่านโมเด็ม (modem) คล้ายกับ Compuserve ผู้ใช้เครือข่ายนี้สามารถสื่อสารถึงกันได้ทางไปรษณีย์อิเล็กทรอนิกส์ (e-mail) สามารถสืบค้นข้อมูลและสารสนเทศ รวมทั้งคัดลอกแฟ้มข้อมูล และโปรแกรมบางโปรแกรมมาใช้ได้ อย่างไรก็ตาม มีผู้เปรียบเทียบว่า อินเทอร์เน็ตเป็นเหมือนทางหลวงระหว่างประเทศ แต่ละประเทศจะต้องมีถนนเข้ามาเชื่อมต่อเข้าไปในประเทศ กล่าวคือ จะต้องมีเครือข่ายภายในรับช่วงต่ออีกทอดหนึ่ง (เช่น ไทยมี Chulanet, KSC , Infonews เป็นต้น ) มิฉะนั้นก็จะใช้ไม่ได้ผล

Dictionary source: Eci English Thai Dictionary
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Internet in Vietnamese

◊ Một hệ thống các mạng máy tính được liên kết với nhau trên phạm vi toàn thế giới



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Internet in Italian
World-wide network of computers that allows for the global exchange of information.

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Internet

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Internet in Romanian
retea mondiala de calculatoare

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Internet in Catalan
s Internet
Internet
Def. del Termcat: Xarxa informàtica mundial constituïda per un conjunt de xarxes connectades pel protocol de comunicació TCP/IP.

Dictionary source: English Catalan Neologism Dictionary
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s Internet. Def. del Termcat: Xarxa informàtica mundial formada per un conjunt de xarxes connectades pel conjunt de protocols TCP/IP

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f Internet

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s Internet
Internet
Def. del Termcat: Xarxa informàtica mundial constituïda per un conjunt de xarxes connectades pel protocol de comunicació TCP/IP.

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Internet in Polish
Internet, sieć komunikacyjna, pozwalająca na wymianę danych między komputerami na całym świecie

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Internet in Croatian
internetu mreža dviju ili više mreža

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Internet , Internetovski

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internetu mreža dviju ili više mreža

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Internet in Persian
کاوشگر اينترنت
مطلب مرتبط
جهت اتصال به اينترنت شما بايست حتما" از يك شركتي Account داشته و با وارد نمودن نام كاربر ، رمز ورود يا شناسايى و شماره تلفن شركت مربوطه از طريق dial up networking ( كه در Start>Programs>Accessories>Communications>Dial up Networking قرار دارد) ابتدا به شبكه وصل شويد و بعد از اتصال به شبكه ميتوانيد با كليك روي Internet explorer سراغ صفحات اينترنت برويد ولي اگر در شركت ،سازمان و موسسه اي ميباشيد كه درون شبكه قرار دارد و شبكه به اينترنت وصل است شما كافي است مستقيما" روي Icon اينترنت كليك كرده و به اينترنت وصل شويد


Dictionary source: English Persian Computer Dictionary
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دو يا چند شبكه با قراردادهاى متفاوت كه توسط مسير گردان(router) به يكديگر متصل شده اند. كاربران internet workمى توانند به تمام منابع شبكه هاى متصل شده، دستيابى داشته باشند. اشتراك اتصال اينترنت هم اكنون روي اين اتصال ميسر مي گردد .

Internet Connection Sharing is already enabled on the connection در زمان فراهم شدن اشتراك اتصال اينترنت براي اين اتصال اين خطا ايجاد مي گردد.

An error occurred while Internet Connection Sharing was being enabled for the connection اشتراك اتصال اينترنت فعال نمي باشد . دو اتصال LAN و يا بيشتر به علاوه اتصالي كه با اين LANها مشترك شده است وجود دارد .

Internet Connection Sharing cannot be enabled There are two or more LAN connections in addition to the connection to be shared اشتراك اتصال اينترنت ميسر نمي باشد . اتصال LAN با آدرس IP در حال حاضر پيكر بندي مي شود كه براي آدرس گذاري اتوماتيك IP مورد نياز مي باشد .

Internet Connection Sharing cannot be enabled A LAN connection is already configured with the IP address required for automatic IP addressing اشتراك اتصال اينترنت ميسر نمي گردد اتصال LAN بر روي شبكه شخصي انتخاب مي گردد كه بيش از يك آدرس IP را پيكر بندي كرده است . اتصال LANرا با يك آدرسIP مجزا ، مجددا پيكر بندي نماييد قبل از اينكه اشتراك اتصال اينترنت صورت گيرد .


Internet Connection Sharing cannot be enabled The LAN connection selected on the private network has more than one IP address configured Reconfigure the LAN connection with a single IP address before enabling Internet Connection Sharing ترجمه آدرس شبكه (NAT) در حال حاضر به عنوان يك پروتكل مسير يابي نصب مي گردد و بايد قبل از اينكه اشتراك اتصال اينترنت فراهم گردد حذف شود .


Network Address Translation (NAT) is currently installed as a routing protocol, and must be removed before enabling Internet Connection Sharing اشتراك اتصال اينترنت ميسر نمي باشد . اتصال LAN كه به عنوان شبكه شخصي انتخاب مي گردد يا فراهم نمي شود و يا از شبكه قطع مي باشد . لطفا قبل از فراهم شدن اشتراك اتصال اينترنت از اتصال آداپتور LAN مطمئن شويد .


Internet Connection Sharing cannot be enabled The LAN connection selected as the private network is either not present, or is disconnected from the network Please ensure that the LAN adapter is connected before enabling Internet Connection Sharing اشتراك اتصال اينترنت ميسر نمي گردد زيرا دو IP شبيه به هم در شبكه وجود دارد . IC ها به ميزباني نيازمند مي باشند كه براي استفاده از 192 ، 168 ، 0 ، 1 پيكر بندي شده است . مطمئن شويد كه هيچ سرويس گيرنده ديگري براي استفاده از 192 ، 168 ، 0 ، 1 پيكر بندي نشده است .


Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) cannot be enabled due to an IP address conflict on the network ICS requires the host be configured to use 19216801 Please ensure that no other client on the network is configured to use 19216801

Dictionary source: English Persian Modem Errors Reference
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اينترنت مخفف عبارات زير:
Irish/IEEE computer Society
Internal Communication System
Irland computer service
IBM cabling system
Internet Connection sharing Internet information server برنامه اي براي بالا بردن سرعت شبکه يک فايروال قوي يکي از قويترين مرورگرها که بيشترين استفاده را ميان کاربراي داردبراي اجراي آن فايل Start menu>Programs>Internet explorer را اجرا کنيد برنامه اي که اعتبار کارت شما را نمايش مي دهد قويترين مرورگر دنيا سرويس دهنده اينترنت برنامه اي همانند IE با اين تفاوت که دست هکرها را از دسترسي به اطلاعات شما کوتاه مي کند
Windows Internet Name Service
قسمتي از ويندوز که سرويسهاي اينترنتي را کنترل مي کند نرم افزاري براي دانلود يک سايت يا چند فايل

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Internet in Hmong
n. Chav ntiaj ntug

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Internet in Japanese
インターネット

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Internet in Serbian
Globalna Racunarska Mreza-Internet-Mreza Svih Mreza

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Internet in Albanian
internet

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[in·ter·net || 'intënet] internet (Emri Internet rrjedh nga shkurtesa e fjalëve angleze (International Network-Internet).

Interneti paraqet rrjet global kompjuterik që bashkon (lidh) rrjete më të vogla kompjuterike, të cilat me ndihmë të protokolit komunikues TCP/IP shkëmbejnë të dhëna dhe informata. Numri i rrjetave të këtilla rritet nga dita në ditë; ato lidhen përmes internetit, më së shpeshti me lidhje kablovike ose satelitore. Interneti mund të përshkruhet si një oktapod me miliona krahë, ku secili krah ka grabitur nga një oktapod më të vogël, që i simbolizon rrjetet e lidhura me internet. Numri më i madh i këtyre oktapodëve të vegjël, mbajnë oktapodë edhe më të vegjël, që simbolizon nivelet e ndryshme të lidhjeve brenda rrjeteve. Interneti mund të definohet edhe si tërësi e kompjuterëve nga e gjithë bota, që dërgojnë, pranojnë dhe regjistrojnë informata, ose thënë shkurtimisht, komunikojnë mes vete. Qasjen në internet anembanë botës e mundësojnë burime të ndryshme: univerzitete, organizata qeveritare, institucione ushtarake, kompani të mëdha dhe firma tjera, që në esencë mundësojnë shfrytëzim të shërbimeve në internet.
Interneti paraqet thesar të vërtetë të informatave nga fusha të ndryshme (biznes, politikë, shkencë, art, sport, etj.), sasia e të cilit zmadhohet dita-ditës. Interneti vizitohet shpesh, ku shfrytëzuesit gjejnë informatat e nevojshme, edukohen, bisedojnë, diskutojnë, lexojnë botime elektronike të revistave dhe librave, blejnë, e kështu me radhë.
Interneti mundëson shërbime të ndryshme, mes të cilave më të njohura janë: veb (shkurtesë për World Wide Web, WWW), posta elektronike (anglisht, e-mail), IRC (Internet Relay Chat), e të tjera.
Rrjetet kompjuterike janë rrjete të kompjuterëve të lidhur mes vete. Ekzistojnë më shumë lloje rrjetesh. Rrjetet lokale LAN (Local Area Network) janë rrjete kablovike kompjuterësh, që gjenden në një laboratori (klasë) ose në laboratori të afërta. Për dallim nga këto, rrjetet WAN (Wide Area Network) janë rrjete që ndërlidhin kompjuterë, pa marrë parasysh distancën gjeografike mes tyre. Rrjetet kompjuterike shfrytëzojnë metoda të shumta për ndërlidhje, nga rrjeti standard telefonik, e deri te lidhjet e shpejta e të sofistikuara optike.



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Internet in Mongolian
интернет, олон улсын компьютерийн сүлжээ

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Internet in Swedish
(s) Internet

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Internet in Swahili
Wavuti

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