|Origin:||domestique, from Latin domesticus, from domus 'house'|
relating to or happening in one particular country and not involving any other countries
domestic market/economy/demand etc
the booming domestic economy
US foreign and domestic policy
our nation's domestic affairs
Domestic flights (=flights that stay inside a particular country) go from Terminal 1.
2 [only before noun]SSF
relating to family relationships and life at home:
Unfortunately his domestic life wasn't very happy.
domestic tasks/chores/responsibilities etc
Nowadays there is more sharing of domestic chores.
families that can afford domestic help (=help with cleaning, washing etc)
an organization that supports women facing domestic violence (=violence in a family, especially from a husband to his wife)
someone who is domestic enjoys spending time at home and is good at cooking, cleaning etc:
No, I'm not very domestic.
5TADHP [only before noun]
a domestic animal lives on a farm or in someone's home:
domestically produced coal