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DSLnoun [U]

abbreviation for digital subscriber line (= a system for sending and receiving information at high speeds over ordinary telephone lines): In some respects, DSL is superior to cable for Internet access.
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DSLnoun [U]

uk   us   INTERNET, COMMUNICATIONS
abbreviation for Digital Subscriber Line: a technology that uses ordinary phone lines to provide a fast connection to the internet without interrupting phone service: DSL in Japan is often five to ten times as fast as what is widely offered by U.S. cable providers, generally viewed as the fastest American carriers.
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