US: /dəˈmɛstɪk/
UK: /dəmˈɛstɪk/

English Vietnamese dictionary

domestic /də'mestik/
  • tính từ
    • (thuộc) gia đình, (thuộc) việc nhà, nội trợ
      • domestic science: khoa nội trợ
    • nuôi trong nhà (súc vật)
    • trong nước (làm ở) trong nước, nội (đối với ngoại)
      • domestic trade: nội thương
    • thích ở nhà, thích đời sống gia đình; chỉ quanh quẩn ở nhà, chỉ ru rú xó nhà
    • danh từ
      • người hầu, người nhà
      • (số nhiều) hàng nội

    Advanced English dictionary

    adjective, noun
    + adjective
    1 [usually before noun] of or inside a particular country; not foreign or international: domestic affairs / politics + domestic flights (= to and from places within a country) + Output consists of both exports and sales on the domestic market.
    2 [only before noun] used in the home; connected with the home or family: domestic appliances + domestic tasks / chores + the growing problem of domestic violence (= violence between members of the same family) + domestic service (= the work of a servant in a large house) + domestic help (= help with the work in a house; the person or people who do this work)
    3 liking home life; enjoying or good at cooking, cleaning the house, etc: I'm not a very domestic sort of person.
    4 (of animals) kept on farms or as pets; not wild
    domestically adverb: domestically produced goods
    + noun
    1 (also domestic help, domestic worker) a servant who works in sb's house, doing the cleaning and other jobs
    2 (informal) a fight between two members of the same family: The police were called to sort out a domestic.

    Thesaurus dictionary

    1 home, private, family, familial; residential, household:
    Her domestic life is a shambles. This toaster is for domestic use.
    2 tame, domesticated, house-trained, house-broken:
    Tenants are forbidden to keep domestic animals.
    3 home, native, indigenous, internal, autochthonous:
    The domestic market accounts for most of the company's income.
    4 servant, (hired) help, housekeeper, major-domo, steward:
    Her domestics left and she now does the cleaning herself.

    Concise English dictionary

    +a servant who is paid to perform menial tasks around the household
    +of concern to or concerning the internal affairs of a nation
    +of or relating to the home
    +of or involving the home or family
    +converted or adapted to domestic use
    +produced in a particular country