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domestic

  

      adj  
1    of or involving the home or family  
2    enjoying or accustomed to home or family life  
3    (of an animal) bred or kept by man as a pet or for purposes such as the supply of food  
4    of, produced in, or involving one's own country or a specific country  
domestic and foreign affairs     
      n  
5    a household servant  
6    Informal   (esp. in police use) an incident of violence in the home, esp. between a man and a woman  
     (C16: from Old French domestique, from Latin domesticus belonging to the house, from domus house)  
  domestically      adv  


domestic court  
      n   (in England) a magistrates' court for domestic proceedings, such as matrimonial, guardianship, custodianship, affiliation, or adoption disputes  
domestic fowl  
      n   a domesticated gallinaceous bird thought to be descended from the red jungle fowl (Gallus gallus) and occurring in many varieties,   (Often shortened to)    fowl  
domestic science  
      n   the study of cooking, needlework, and other subjects concerned with household skills  
gross domestic product  
      n   the total value of all goods and services produced domestically by a nation during a year. It is equivalent to gross national product minus net investment incomes from foreign nations,   (Abbrev.)    GDP  
net domestic product  
      n     (Economics)   the gross domestic product minus an allowance for the depreciation of capital goods,   (Abbrev.)    NDP  
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n.
Of or relating to a country's internal affairs

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