Noun(1) a mark added to a letter to indicate a special pronunciation
Adjective(1) capable of distinguishing
(1) The one or more diacritic components are then distinguished and isolated from the base portion of the character.(2) But it has now lost its appeal largely because a total of 136 syllables require additional phonetic signs or diacritic marks, making it a fairly cumbersome system for printing and typing.(3) They all contain numerous diacritic marks for which musical equivalents could be deduced.(4) Even pinyin using diacritic marks has problems.(5) No diacritic marks are normally used for native English words, unless the apostrophe and the diaeresis sign are counted as such.(6) The diacritic mark may be left out on some sites or may not display correctly.(7) Because it was the English alphabet that was the standard, only a very few non-English accents and diacritics could be handled.(8) Admittedly a lot of those are basic Roman characters with diacritics but the exact positioning of the diacritic can be tricky - and it can sometimes modify the basic character shape.(9) But it would be very inconvenient to insist on such an encoding for Turkish, in which diacritically marked letters have their own separate positions in the alphabet.(10) It's actually a pretty straightforward quiz, no questions about the minor uses of parentheses or diacritics or anything like that.(11) Slovak, like other Slavic languages, has diacritical marks that govern the pronunciation of both consonants and vowels.(12) Punctuation marks that we consider standard (such as exclamation points, the dollar sign, or square or curly brackets) are often replaced by other symbols on foreign keyboards (such as the country's currency mark or diacritically marked letters that aren't used in English).(13) The key thing that you need to remember is that you can't search for diacritically marked words by simple roman input.(14) Where necessary, I have adapted Italian and Latin texts according to modern convention, spelling out abbreviations, adding diacritical marks, and replacing u for v and i for j.(15) Starting from the epigraphic capital, decorations were now added to cross-strokes and feet, diacritics took on a curved shape, and in general the letter-form narrowed downwards.(16) Apologies to non-Gaelic speakers for that linguistic intrusion, apologies to Gaelic speakers for being unable to find HTML equivalents for the needed diacritics .
(1) diacritic :: 分音
1. diacritical ::
2. diacritical mark ::
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