[ US /ˌdaɪəˈkɹɪtək/ ]
[ UK /dˌa‍ɪəkɹˈɪtɪk/ ]
  1. capable of distinguishing
    students having superior diacritic powers
    the diacritic elements in culture
  1. a mark added to a letter to indicate a special pronunciation
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How To Use diacritic In A Sentence

  • Since this journal does not specialize in Islamic theology, I will, for simplicity's sake, omit many of the diacritics used in the English transliteration of Arabic terms.
  • Because it was the English alphabet that was the standard, only a very few non-English accents and diacritics could be handled.
  • His attention is called to syllabification as well as to diacritical marks. How to Teach Phonics
  • The accents and other diacritical marks we now use to write ancient Greek are comparatively late inventions.
  • The present orthographic system was introduced in the fourteenth century by the religious reformer Jan Hus, who instituted a system of diacritical markings to eliminate consonant clusters.
  • It's actually a pretty straightforward quiz, no questions about the minor uses of parentheses or diacritics or anything like that.
  • CREDITS: Ho usato questo sito per riprodurre correttamente i segni diacritici. No Fat Clips!!! : I Was a Teenage Intellectual
  • They all contain numerous diacritic marks for which musical equivalents could be deduced.
  • It is of course a Palandine name, which accounts for the diacritic, but despite the pronunciation and the obvious shortened form, it has nothing to do with the word hawk. Smallbold vacuums the cat
  • Bill, try the following to allow your computer to make "foreign" diacritical marks in any document. Bon sang - French Word-A-Day
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