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"web page" in British English

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web pagenoun [C]

uk   us   (also page)
A2 a page of ​information on the internet about a ​particularsubject, that ​forms (a ​part of) a ​website: A ​website may have many different ​web pages for you to ​click on and ​explore.
(Definition of web page from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"web page" in Business English

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web pagenoun [C]

(also webpage, Web page, Webpage) uk   us   INTERNET, IT
a ​page of ​information on the ​internet about a particular ​subject, that ​formspart of a ​website: Clients will be ​offeredcustomised web ​pages with details of their ​policies and ​investments.
(Definition of web page from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “web page”
in Arabic صَفْحة إنْتَرنِت…
in Korean 웹페이지…
in Portuguese página da web…
in Catalan pàgina web…
in Japanese ウェブページ…
in Chinese (Simplified) (因特网)网页…
in Turkish internet sayfası…
in Russian страничка в Интернете…
in Chinese (Traditional) (網際網路)網頁…
in Italian pagina web…
in Polish strona internetowa…
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