domestic的同義詞之：家庭的,國內的family, internal, home, household,
domestic的同義詞之：其他釋義homely, maid, tame, household, internal, national, servant, family, assistant,
Parents and students who have invested heavily in higher education worry about graduates' job prospects as technological advances and changes in domestic and global markets transform professions in ways that reduce wages and cut jobs.
To what extent are Americans really willing to endure the environmental impacts of domestic energy production in order to cut back imports
The government now backs up the domestic car industry, lending it money and overseeing its turnaround plans.
The decline started in the 1950s, when manufacturing generated a sturdy 28% of the national income, or gross domestic product, and employed one-third of the workforce.
It constituted 28% of the gross domestic product
By 1973, domestic US sources of oil were peaking, and the nation was importing more of its oil, depending on a constant flow from abroad to keep cars on the road and machines running.
Domestic political activities, events, and situations happen or exist within one particular country.
...over 100 domestic flights a day to 15 UK destinations.
...sales in the domestic market.
Domestic duties and activities are concerned with the running of a home and family.
...a plan for sharing domestic chores.
Domestic items and services are intended to be used in people's homes rather than in factories or offices.
A domestic situation or atmosphere is one which involves a family and their home.
It was a scene of such domestic bliss...
I was called out to attend a domestic dispute.
Someone who is domestic enjoys being at home and running a family.
She was kind and domestic and put her family before her part-time job.
A domestic animal is one that is not wild and is kept either on a farm to produce food or in someone's home as a pet.
...a domestic cat.
A domestic, a domestic help, or a domestic worker is a person who is paid to come to help with the work that has to be done in a house such as the cleaning, washing, and ironing.
This is domestic news.
She does the domestic affairs every day.
This cat is domestic.
I'm not a very domestic sort of person
The police were called to sort out a domestic.
1. a household servant
1. of concern to or concerning the internal affairs of a nation;"domestic issues such as tax rate and highway construction"
2. of or relating to the home;"domestic servant""domestic science"
3. of or involving the home or family;"domestic worries""domestic happiness""they share the domestic chores""everything sounded very peaceful and domestic""an author of blood-and-thunder novels yet quite domestic in his taste"
4. converted or adapted to domestic use;"domestic animals""domesticated plants like maize"
5. produced in a particular country;"domestic wine""domestic oil"