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website

noun [C] ( also Website, web site)
 
 
/ˈwebsaɪt/ IT, INTERNET
a set of pages of information on the internet about a particular subject, that has been published by the same person, company, or organization, and often contains pictures, video, and sound: create/set up/launch a website The Consumers' Union has set up a website to help consumers understand eco-labels.log onto/visit a website For more information, visit our website. The group publishes all its reports on its website.commercial/corporate/financial websites They provide innovative ways to communicate with shareholders through corporate websites. You can buy merchandise from the club's official website.
Translations of “website”
in Korean 웹사이트…
in Arabic مَوْقِع في الإنْتَرنِت…
in Portuguese site…
in Catalan lloc web…
in Japanese ホームページ, ウェブサイト…
in Italian sito web…
in Chinese (Traditional) 網站,網址…
in Russian сайт в Интернете…
in Turkish internet sitesi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 网站,网址…
in Polish strony (internetowe), strona internetowa…
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