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domain British & World English

An area of territory owned or controlled by a particular ruler or government

domain English Thesaurus

they extended their domain by raiding neighbouring peoples

domain New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

area controlled by a ruler or government

domain name British & World English

The part of a network address which identifies it as belonging to a particular domain

time domain British & World English

Time considered as an independent variable in the analysis or measurement of time-dependent phenomena

public domain British & World English

The state of belonging or being available to the public as a whole, especially through not being subject to copyright or other legal restrictions

eminent domain British & World English

The right of a government or its agent to expropriate private property for public use, with payment of compensation. In the UK it is used chiefly of international law, whereas in the US it is used of federal and state governments

domain name system British & World English

The system by which Internet domain names and addresses are tracked and regulated

subdomain British & World English

A subdivision of a domain

reflectometer British & World English

An instrument for measuring quantities associated with reflection, in particular (also time domain reflectometer) an instrument for locating discontinuities (e.g. faults in electric cables) by detecting and measuring reflected pulses of energy

time domain reflectometer in reflectometer British & World English

An instrument for measuring quantities associated with reflection, in particular (also time domain reflectometer) an instrument for locating discontinuities (e.g. faults in electric cables) by detecting and measuring reflected pulses of energy


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