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domain

noun [C]  /doʊˈmeɪn, də-/ us  

domain noun [C] (INTEREST)

an area of interest or an area over which a person has control: the domain of polymer science public and private domains

domain noun [C] (GROUP OF VALUES)

mathematics a group of all the possible replacements for a variable (= letter or symbol that represents any set of values)
Translations of “domain”
in Spanish dominio, propiedad…
in French domaine…
in German die Domäne, das Gebiet…
in Chinese (Traditional) 區域, 領域,領地…
in Russian область, сфера, владение…
in Turkish uzmanlık/ilgi/etkinlik alanı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 区域, 领域,领地…
in Polish domena, sfera…
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