Significado de “domestic” - en el Diccionario Inglés

domestic en inglés británico

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domesticadjective

uk /dəˈmes.tɪk/ us /dəˈmes.tɪk/

domestic adjective (COUNTRY)

B2 relating to a person's own country:

domestic airlines/flights
Domestic opinion had turned against the war.

Más ejemplos

  • The prime minister's globetrotting has led to accusations that he is ignoring domestic problems.
  • The domestic market is still depressed, but demand abroad is picking up.
  • The reduction of crime levels is the centrepiece of the president's domestic policies.
  • Sadly, his reforms opened up a Pandora's box of domestic problems.
  • As the NEC's deputy for domestic policy issues, Sperling has functioned as both policy wonk and political guru.

domestic adjective (HOME)

Más ejemplos

  • This week's broadcast features a report on victims of domestic violence.
  • domestic harmony
  • Some of the wolves had interbred with domestic dogs.
  • Most domestic hobs have four gas or electric rings.
  • The report documents the staggering amount of domestic violence against women.
domestically
adverb uk /dəˈmes.tɪ.kəl.i/ us /dəˈmes.tɪ.kəl.i/

Such a policy would be unacceptable both domestically and internationally.

domesticnoun [ C ]

uk /dəˈmes.tɪk/ us /dəˈmes.tɪk/

domestic noun [ C ] (CRIME)

mainly UK informal a fight or attack that happens in a home between people who know each other:

Police officers should never dismiss a violent incident as "a domestic".

domestic noun [ C ] (SERVANT)

old-fashioned also domestic help someone paid to do work, such as cleaning and cooking, in someone else's house

(Definición de domestic del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

domestic en inglés americano

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domesticadjective

us /dəˈmes·tɪk/

domestic adjective (OF HOME)

relating to the home, house, or family:

I’ve never been fond of domestic chores like cooking and cleaning.

domestic adjective (OF COUNTRY)

politics & government relating to a person’s own country:

The president’s domestic policy has been more successful than his foreign policy.

domesticnoun [ C ]

us /dəˈmes·tɪk/ dated

domestic noun [ C ] (WORKER)

someone paid to help with work that needs to be done in a house, such as cleaning and washing clothes

(Definición de domestic del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

domestic en inglés de negocios

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domesticadjective [ usually before noun ]

uk /dəˈmestɪk/ us

of, relating to, or within a person's own country:

Domestic retailers are facing relentless pressure from imports.
Focusing on exporting can help fight off domestic and foreign competition.

relating to the home or families:

Our service is aimed at domestic users.
domestic chores
domestically
adverb

The company continues to search for expansion opportunities, both domestically and overseas.

(Definición de domestic del Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)