Yes you can - it is the same syntax.
- You can add
site:domain to your search to restrict the results to a particular domain, e.g.
- Click the site icons next to the results (on the left) to do a site search for the domain related to that result. You can also do the same
by clicking the 'More results' link to the right of the URL line for a
Extracted from this DuckDuckGo article
In addition to the site search you can use the "bangs" functionality and directly search most major sites.
Or you can type in a command like
!amazon bags, which will take you
to Amazon.com and auto-search it for 'bags'.
We call these commands
!bangs, and this syntax works for 100s of
- Most big sites work, e.g.
!youtube (see full list below)
- Most generic keywords work too, e.g.
- There are also shorter versions, e.g.
'! ' or
'\' will take you to the first result.
!safeoff will run a search with safe search off.
See this DuckDuckGo article for more information on how the "bangs" functionality works.