Definition of 'dot-com'
Example sentences containing 'dot-com'
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Is there a current wave of enthusiasm for dot-com businesses? Times, Sunday Times (2014)The scam took place at the height of the dot-com boom. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The performance evoked memories of the exuberance that led to the dot-com crash. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The dot-com bubble burst, ending the new economic paradigm. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It was Just before the dot-com bubble burst. Times, Sunday Times (2013)After the dot-com bubble burst, it was a labour of love. Times, Sunday Times (2010)We had the dot-com bubble. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The valuation of $9 billion recalled the gold rush of the first dot-com boom a decade ago. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The dot-com crash of 2000 was bad news for many. Times, Sunday Times (2008)In the first dot-com boom, the revolution was the choice made available by companies to consumers online. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The agency partly puts this increase down to the dot-com boom, although not in terms of gaining income from them. TOP MARKETING AND MEDIA COMPANIES IN THE UK (2002)But this is the biggest takeover in IT since the dot-com bubble burst. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The company saw out the collapse of the dot-com bubble, but investors fear that the financial services and online trading businesses could suffer heavily from the allegations. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Translations for 'dot-com'
British English: dot-com NOUN
A dot-com is a company that does all or most of its business on the Internet.
Dot-coms spent a fortune on TV spots this year.
- American English: dot-com
- Brazilian Portuguese: pontocom
- Chinese: 网上公司
- European Spanish: punto com
- French: dotcom
- German: Dotcom
- Italian: dot com
- Japanese: ネット企業
- Korean: 닷컴 기업
- European Portuguese: pontocom
- Spanish: punto com
Definition of dot-com from the Collins English Dictionary
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