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A TLD (top-level domain) is a domain extension - the part of a domain name which appears after the last dot. For example, the TLD for Domainmonster.com is DNS) is organised in a hierarchy going from right to left, whereby the highest level is the
root (the empty domain which technically comes after the top-level domain), followed by the top-level domain, and then by subsequent domains.