(pl.) Intranet: A closed form of the internet common in workplaces and education centres; essentially a LAN with limited access to internet pages stored on a local database.
Intranets useage: Tom couldnt stand his school's intranet - all the beastiality sites were blocked.
by Ash C December 03, 2005
Top Definition
An intranet is a restricted-access or internal network that works like the Internet. It enables employees or those with access to browse or share resources.
The Local intranet was shared only by the friends.
by Larstait November 11, 2003
An internet-type system set up on a LAN.

Sometimes mistakenly used to describe the internet by people who know the jargon but not the meaning.
1. My collge has an awesome intranet.
2. I can't get my computer to connect to the intranet.
by beteo January 27, 2004
A much cooler way to say internet, just like saying Canadia instead of Canada. Even if you mean to use it as singular, you must have an "s" at the end of it.
There are so many ads on the intranets, it looks like Times Square
by Militiagung64 November 30, 2005
created by Al Gore just before viagra.
Hi everyone, Im Al Gore and i invented the intranet!
by bmxguy January 30, 2006
The lining in your bathing suit that keeps the fish from swimmin in your junk.
Dude, I was swimmin in my bathing suit, and my intranet fell out and now I got a crawdad where the sun don't shine.
by sistaDANk July 26, 2007
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