circumflex

listen to the pronunciation of circumflex
الإنجليزية - التركية
işaretli vurgu
sirkumfleks
düzeltme/uzatma imi
düzeltme işareti

İspanyolcada düzeltme işareti yoktur. - The circumflex accent doesn't exist in Spanish.

eğri
çarpık
uzatarak telaffuz etmek
(Tıp) Kıvrık, dönük, circumflexus
inceltme işaret

İspanyolcada inceltme işareti yoktur. - The circumflex accent doesn't exist in Spanish.

{i} inceltme işareti; uzatma işareti
{i} kemik çevreleyen (damar)
uzatma işareti ile ilgili
inceltme

İspanyolcada inceltme işareti yoktur. - The circumflex accent doesn't exist in Spanish.

etrafına dolamak
{i} inceltme işareti

İspanyolcada inceltme işareti yoktur. - The circumflex accent doesn't exist in Spanish.

(Bilgisayar) uzatma
uzatma imi
düzeltme imi
circumflex accent
(Dilbilim) inceltme-uzatma vurgusu
circumflex accent
inceltme işareti
circumflex accent
uzatma imi
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Curving around

The circumflex coronary artery.

Having this mark

ê is e circumflex.

A diacritical mark ( resembling ^ ) placed over a vowel in certain languages to change its pronunciation; also used in combination with certain consonants in Esperanto to create additional letters
{a} bent round
{v} to put or fix a circumflex over
{n} an accent over a syllable to make it sound long, marked thus ^
{i} accent which is placed over vowels in some languages (looks like: ^ or ~ )
A wave of the voice embracing both a rise and fall or a fall and a rise on the same a syllable
A circumflex or a circumflex accent is a symbol written over a vowel in French and other languages, usually to indicate that it should be pronounced longer than usual. It is used for example in the word `rôle'. a mark placed above a letter in a French word to show its pronunciation, for example, ô (past participle of circumflectere , from circum- ( CIRCUM-) + flectere )
Moving or turning round; circuitous
See Accent, n
Curved circularly; applied to several arteries of the hip and thigh, to arteries, veins, and a nerve of the shoulder, and to other parts
A diacritical mark (ˆ) placed over a vowel in certain languages to change its pronunciation; also used in combination with certain consonants in Esperanto to create additional letters
To mark or pronounce with a circumflex
a diacritical mark (^) placed above a vowel in some languages to indicate a special phonetic quality
A character, or accent, denoting in Greek a rise and of the voice on the same long syllable, marked thus [~ or &?;]; and in Latin and some other languages, denoting a long and contracted syllable, marked [&?; or ^]
circumflex accents
plural form of circumflex accent
circumflex artery
any of several paired curving arteries
circumflex artery of the thigh
an artery that supplies the hip joint and thigh muscles
circumflex femoral vein
either of two veins that accompany arteries of the same name serving the hip and thigh
circumflex humeral artery
an artery that supplies the shoulder joint and shoulder muscles
circumflex iliac artery
an artery that supplies the lower abdominal walls and skin and the sartorius muscle
circumflex iliac vein
accompanies the artery of the same name
circumflex scapular artery
an artery that serves the muscles of the shoulder and scapular area
circumflex vein
any of several curved parallel veins accompanying arteries of the same name
circumflexes
plural of circumflex
circumflex

    الواصلة

    cir·cum·flex

    النطق

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 's&r-k&m-"f ] (adjective.) circa 1577. From Latin circumflexus (“bent about”), which is the past participle of circumflectere and a calque of Ancient Greek περισπώμενος (perispomenos, “drawn around”).

    كلمة اليوم

    recto
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