Symbol in a URL [Crossword Clue Answer]

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Having trouble with a crossword where the clue is “Symbol in a URL“? Many popular websites offer daily crosswords, including the Washington Post, the New York Times (NYT mini crossword), and Newsday's Crossword. We all know that crosswords can be hard occasionally as they touch upon a bunch of different subjects, and players can reach a dead end.

Hence, we have all the possible answers for your crossword puzzle to help your move on with solving it. Remember that some clues have multiple answers, so you might have some cross-checking.

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In most cases, you must check for the matching answer among the available ones based on the number of letters or any letter position you have already discovered to ensure there is a matching pattern.

Symbol in a URL [Crossword Clue]

If “Symbol in a URL” is the clue you have encountered, here are all the possible solutions, along with their definitions:

  • SLASH (5 Letters/Characters)
  • DOT (3 Letters/Characters)

Crossword Answer Definition

Here are all the available definitions for each answer:



  1. an oblique stroke (/) in print or writing, used between alternatives (e.g. and/or ), in fractions (e.g. 3/4 ), in ratios (e.g. miles/day ), or between separate elements of a text.
  2. used to link alternatives or words denoting or describing a dual (or multiple) function or nature.



noun: dot; plural noun: dots

  1. a small round mark or spot.
    • used to indicate the punctuation separating parts of an email or website address.
    • a small round mark written or printed as part of an i or j, as one of a series of marks to signify omission, or as a full stop.
    • a small round mark used to denote the lengthening of a note or rest by half, or to indicate staccato.
    • the shorter signal of the two used in Morse code.
    • used to refer to an object that appears tiny because it is far away.

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