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Translation of "dot" - English-Spanish dictionary

dot

noun   /dɒt/
a small, round mark or spot punto, lunar a pattern of blue and green dots
B1 [no plural] the spoken form of ‘.’ in an internet address punto dot co dot uk (= .co.uk)
on the dot
at that exact time en punto We have to leave at 7.30 on the dot.
(Definition of dot from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

dot

noun /dot/
a small, round mark punto Her skirt was red with white dots.
dotted adjective
consisting of dots de puntos Please sign on the dotted line.
having dots de puntos dotted material.
dot-com noun
(business, computing) a company that sells goods or services over the Internet Empresa Online She set up a successful dot-com selling cosmetics online.
(Definition of dot from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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