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portal

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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portalpor‧tal /ˈpɔːtl $ ˈpɔːrtl/ noun [countable]  1 a website that helps you find other websites2 [usually plural] literaryTB a tall and impressive gate or entrance to a building
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portalIn the last financial quarter WorldOnline doubled portal revenues, he said.the Gothic portal of the cathedralBut analysts said it could be a target for a media company, internet portal or mobile phone operator seeking content.The cloisters are equally fine and on the north side date from 1170 like the portal.As I passed the portals my feeling of doom increased.I sense it all passing away through those portals.
From Longman Business Dictionaryportalpor‧tal /ˈpɔːtlˈpɔːrtl/ noun [countable]COMPUTING a website that helps you find other websitesPortals attract millions of Internet users and consequently lots of lucrative advertising.
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