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noun [countable] domain pronunciation in British English /dəʊˈmeɪn/
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singulardomain
pluraldomains
  1. 1
    a particular area of activity or life
    This is a subject that has now moved into the political domain.
    1. a.
      an area of activity considered as belonging to or controlled by a particular person or group
      the common idea that engineering is a male domain
      Organic foods are no longer the sole domain of healthy-eating fanatics.
      The garden has always been Al’s domain.
    See also public domain
  2. 3
    computing a domain name
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