Meaning of cyberbully in English:

cyberbully

noun

See cyberbullying

  • ‘So-called "cyberbullies" use e-mail or instant messaging as a tool for spreading abuse.’
  • ‘Children will be taught how to avoid paedophiles and cyberbullies as part of new government internet strategy’
  • ‘A shocking number of teens say that cyberbullies can strike much more easily because of technologies that are out there.’
  • ‘Jenkins also observed that when it comes to digital dangers, cyberbullies are far more prevalent than cyberpredators.’
  • ‘She was ordered to pay him £10,000 plus costs and Mr Smith settled with a second cyberbully for £30,000.’