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The physical world, as opposed to cyberspace or a virtual environment.
- ‘I'd like to know a little more before we talk about a get-together in meatspace’
- ‘Then there were the IT-based words we'd never heard of: a screenager is a Web/computer-obsessed teenager, and meatspace apparently is ‘computing the physical world as opposed to cyberspace’.’
- ‘I'm interested in getting barbelites talking to my mates in meatspace and vice versa, because I think they're both interesting sets of people.’
- ‘Walt suggests that this will also give Bob a chance to meet his internet girlfriend May in meatspace.’
- ‘Would these men do this for women they find attractive in meatspace?’
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