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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishURLURL /ˌjuː ɑːr ˈel/ noun [countable] technical  (uniform resource locator) a website address
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URLOne way to think about URLs is to use the libraries and location on a shelf as a metaphor.The proxy must be in a position to filter dangerous URLs and malformed commands.A pop-up label containing the full URL will appear.The product name part of the query URL comes from the name attribute of the input tag.This way you can drop the URL of your site into conversation whenever people post messages relevant to your site.
From Longman Business DictionaryURLURL noun [uncountable] computing (uniform/universal resource locator) the Internet address of a websiteOur URL is http//www.trainingaboutweb.com.
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