To spread information around, as on the internet.
I just told her about what happened with Walter and she's already dot-commed it to everyone!
by Walter F. Rodriguez June 04, 2006
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Used to add emphasis to the ending of a phrase. Usually spoken with a slight pause prior to it, and with a deeper voice than normal.
Lets go get some food--I'm fucking hungry dot com.
by Keens February 09, 2004
Any internet-based company whose sole purpose is to make money fast, and whose principle achievement so far is to have lost nearly all the cash they started with.
Would you like to invest in my dot com?
by Linton July 11, 2003
The usual ending to a website, also a name for a company online
my dot com company died!
by SSJYugi July 10, 2003
1. A company that operates its business primarily on the internet using a URL that ends in '.com'
2. Of or relating to an internet company
by Abhishek October 08, 2003
Used as a suffix to modify a root word to signify one extreme or another of the word.
Dad, I can't wear these pants, they are highwater dotcom!

Damn, look at that dude... He is ugly dotcom!
by Beerlovinguy February 09, 2005
A business which mainly does dealings over the internet; an electronic business that suffered from the economy.
The dotcom boom has been over since 2000, dude.
by Dodger Of Zion July 11, 2003
some thing that falls fast
The number of teams with a chance of making it to the playoffs is dropping like a dotcom stock.

Variant: dropping like stock in Enron
by mandingoe June 16, 2004
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