Meaning of “website” in the English Dictionary

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"website" in British English

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websitenoun [ C ]

us uk /ˈweb.saɪt/ also site

A1 a set of pages of information on the internet about a particular subject, published by a single person or organization:

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  • This website is currently under construction.
  • Their website looks amateurish.
  • I've found a really useful website about allergies on the Net.
  • Their website is fairly plain, but very easy to navigate.
  • If you have any problems, consult the FAQs on our website.

(Definition of “website” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"website" in American English

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websitenoun [ C ]

us /ˈwebˌsɑɪt/

a place on the Internet with one or more pages of information about a subject:

His fans created a website, giving every detail of his private life.

(Definition of “website” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"website" in Business English

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websitenoun [ C ]

also Website, web site uk /ˈwebsaɪt/ us 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.

(Definition of “website” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)