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dot

noun
 
 
/dɒt/
SPOT [C] B2 a small, round mark or spot: a pattern of blue and green dotsWriting and typing
INTERNET [U] spoken B1 the spoken form of '.' in an internet address: dot co dot uk (= .co.uk) Internet terminology and abbreviations
on the dot at that exact time: We have to leave at 7.30 on the dot.Accurate and exact
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