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1. A perceived representational space created by computer graphics software that employs a Cartesian coordinate system consisting of X, Y, and Z axes: see virtual reality; virtual world.
2. A metaphorical way of conceptualizing the interactions that ‘take place’ over a computer network: see cyberspace.
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