Definition of 'website'
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The website also has information about how you can support her. The Sun (2016)He taught himself about websites and as a result found a job at a fishing shop. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He wrongly claimed the full secret report had appeared on the group 's website. The Sun (2016)And in its first day there were 20,000 visits to the website and a hundred applications. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It also has information on its website (help. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A lot of people ask me about that website. Computing (2010)STUDENTS hungry for work are setting up websites to get noticed by employers. The Sun (2016)The website is available in 10 languages in 39 countries. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It now has 10 offices worldwide and a website that is available in 30 languages. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The information on the website is free and perfectly legal. The Sun (2007)They need basic stuff like links on the government website about paying national insurance contributions. Times, Sunday Times (2008)See my website for the set and full interview. The Sun (2012)The group has no website or any record of producing research or reports. The Sun (2008)You can get the telephone numbers by visiting their websites. Christianity Today (2000)Maps of them are available on car websites. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Many airlines are providing information on their websites. Times, Sunday Times (2010)But they also said there are plans to do something about the website. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Set up an action group and a website. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Visit the website for full terms and conditions. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Full terms and conditions are available on the website above. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Set up a group on the website and invite others to join. The Sun (2016)Take an interest in their online lives and websites they visit. The Sun (2013)How about a website on which the occupants of care homes or their families can post their views? Times, Sunday Times (2011)Consumers have complained about the difficulty in finding clear information on company websites about the cost of accessing data services abroad. Times, Sunday Times (2006)She's head and shoulders above any other celebrity subject on our website. The Sun (2010)He has also set up a website with the same name, using. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I would like to copyright my name and logo and set up a website. The Sun (2012)Sources confirmed the couple had parted after the story appeared on the News of the World website. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Passengers could feel teased by the cheap prices on the website, then duped by the add-on fees. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'website'
British English: website /ˈwɛbˌsaɪt/ NOUN
A website is a set of data and information about a particular subject which is available on the Internet.
- American English: website
- Arabic: مَوْقِعُ الويب
- Brazilian Portuguese: website site da Internet
- Chinese: 网站
- Croatian: web stranica
- Czech: webová stránka
- Danish: hjemmeside
- Dutch: website
- European Spanish: sitio Web
- Finnish: nettisivut
- French: site web
- German: Website
- Greek: διαδικτυακή τοποθεσία
- Italian: sito web
- Japanese: ウェブサイト
- Korean: 웹사이트
- Norwegian: nettside
- Polish: strona internetowa
- European Portuguese: website site da Internet
- Romanian: site web
- Russian: веб-сайт
- Spanish: sitio Web
- Swedish: webbplats
- Thai: ที่อยู่ของเว็บบนระบบค้นหาและเข้าถึงข้อมูลบนอินเตอร์เน็ต
- Turkish: internet sitesi
- Ukrainian: веб-сайт
- Vietnamese: trang web
Definition of website from the Collins English Dictionary
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