by Gary LaPook October 14, 2004
an alternate way of phrasing the beginning of a Universal Resource Locator aka URL, web address beginning with "www." Instead of "doubleyou, doubleyou, doubleyou", tri-dub abbreviates the same thing.
The name of this website is h t t p, colon, forward slash forward slash, tri-dub, urban dictionary dot com.
by Indigo April 27, 2004
Used in place of "double-u double-u double-u" before the "dot com" of a website address in spoken conversation. Who has time to spell out that tongue twister anyway?
by Tyler Geel February 08, 2008
buy the domain for your pet blog
by LL0wliet January 01, 2009
I'm tired of saying "www." and while most people don't say that anymore, some websites require that you either include "www" or leave it off in order to be directed to the proper site. Hence the term tri dubs, or triple W's
by Wee_Dizzle November 11, 2009
Instead of saying WWW. (which is nine syables, ten with the dot) a person says tri-dub dot whatever.
by rockville guy June 17, 2009