A commercial website through which a range of goods may be purchased; a virtual shopping mall on the Internet.
- ‘Rakuten, meanwhile, has a larger stock-trading arm, runs Japan's No. 1 cybermall, and gets roughly twice Livedoor's traffic.’
- ‘The cybermall has been infiltrated by protesters, social commentators and other smart-arses.’
- ‘To help fulfill that goal, the company launched a cybermall in May, 2000.’
- ‘You'll find more women-specific E-cards at Lesbian Shopper, http://www.lesbianshopper.com, a super cybermall with lesbian-centric books, music, and jewelry.’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.