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"home page" in British English

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home pagenoun [C usually singular]

uk   /ˈhəʊm ˌpeɪdʒ/  us   /ˈhoʊm ˌpeɪdʒ/
the first ​page of a ​website, which usually gives an ​introduction to the ​business or ​organization it ​belongs to and links (= ​connections) to more ​detailedinformation on other ​pages
a webpage that you ​choose to ​appear on ​yourcomputerscreen when you first ​connect to the internet: To make this ​yourhomepage, ​click here.
(Definition of home page from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"home page" in Business English

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home pagenoun

uk   us   INTERNET
the first ​page of a ​website which gives an ​introduction to the ​business or ​organization it belongs to, and ​connects to more detailed ​information on other ​pages: If I want ​airlineflightinformation, I will usually go to the airline's ​homepage.
a ​page that you have chosen to appear on your ​computerscreen when you first ​connect to the ​internet: Like many ​people, I didn't know how to ​change my ​homepage. Click here to set this ​page as your ​homepage.
(Definition of home page from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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