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domestic

adjective uk   us   /dəˈmes.tɪk/

domestic adjective (COUNTRY)

B2 relating to a person's own country: domestic airlines/flights Domestic opinion had turned against the war.
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domestic adjective (HOME)

B2 belonging or relating to the home, house, or family: domestic chores/duties/arrangements
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domestically
adverb uk   us   /-tɪ.kəl.i/
Such a policy would be unacceptable both domestically and internationally.

domestic

noun [C] uk   us   /dəˈmes.tɪk/ (also domestic help) old-fashioned
someone paid to do work, such as cleaning and cooking, in someone else's house
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