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domain name

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdomain namedoˈmain ˌname noun [countable]  the first part of a website’s address, which usually begins with ‘www.’ and ends with ‘.com’, ‘.org’, ‘.uk’, or other letters that show which country the website is from
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domain nameAnyone who's serious about their presence on the Web has their own domain name.The service provider will register the domain name for the customer and act as the customer mail forwarder.Think hard about your domain name and make it easy to remember.
From Longman Business Dictionarydomain namedoˈmain ˌname noun [countable]COMPUTING the address of a computer NETWORK connected to the Internet. A domain name is followed by an abbreviation which could show its type, for example.com for a company, or its country of origin, for example.uk for the United Kingdom
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