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dot1 US English

A small round mark or spot

dot2 US English

A dowry, particularly one from which only the interest or annual income was available to the husband

DOT US English

Department of Transportation

dot US Thesaurus

a pattern of tiny dots

DoT New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(in Canada and formerly in the UK) Department of Transport

dot-com US English

A company that relies largely or exclusively on Internet commerce

dot-org US English

A nonprofit organization that conducts its business on the Internet

dot-com US Thesaurus

it's a new dot-com through which they can buy and sell antiques

dot-com New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

company conducting its business on the Internet

dot-bomb US English

An unsuccessful dot-com company

dot plant US English

A garden plant that is planted singly to stand out against the surrounding plants

polka dot US English

One of a number of large round dots repeated to form a regular pattern on fabric

polka dot New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, hyphen when attributive)

dot-commer US English

Someone who works for or owns an Internet-based company

dot matrix US English

A grid of dots that are filled selectively to produce an image on a screen or paper

dot product US English

Another term for inner product.

double dot US English

(In musical composition or transcription) two dots placed side by side after a note to indicate that it is to be lengthened by three quarters of its value

quantum dot US English

A nanoscale particle of semiconducting material that can be embedded in cells or organisms for various experimental purposes, such as labeling proteins

on the dot US English

Exactly on time

dot matrix printer US English

A printer that forms images of letters, numbers, etc., from a number of tiny dots

dot the i's and cross the t's US English

Ensure that all details are correct

on the dot in dot1 US English

Exactly on time

microdot US English

A microphotograph, especially of a printed or written document, that is only about 0.04 inch (1 mm) across

on the dot in dot US Thesaurus

ring the bell at 1:15 on the dot

dot the i's and cross the t's in dot1 US English

Ensure that all details are correct