punctuation

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English - Turkish
{i} noktalama

Tom'un öğretmeni ona, noktalamasına daha fazla dikkat etmesini söyledi. - Tom's teacher told him to pay more attention to his punctuation.

Lütfen büyük harfleri ve noktalama işaretlerini unutma. - Please do not forget capital letters and punctuation!

{i} noktalama işaretleri

Lütfen noktalama işaretlerini değiştir. - Please change the punctuation.

Bu metindeki noktalama işaretleri tamamen yanlış. - The punctuation in this text is all wrong.

çekitleme
i., dilb
{i} sözünü kesme
cümleleri ayırma kuralı
punctuation marks noktalama işa- retleri
{i} lâfa karışma
punctuation mistake
noktalama hatası
punctuation mark
noktalama işareti
punctuation marks
çekitleme işaretleri
punctuation bit
kayıt başlangıç/bitiş belirticisi
punctuation marks
Noktalama işaretleri
punctuation rules
noktalama kuralları
punctuation bit
(Bilgisayar) kayıt bitiş belirticisi
punctuation error
noktalama hatası
punctuation mark
(isim)ktalama işareti
punctuation mark
noktalama imi
close punctuation
sık noktalama
open punctuation
seyrek noktalama
English - English
A set of symbols and marks which are used to clarify meaning in text by separating strings of words into clauses, phrases and sentences
{n} the act or method of pointing
{i} system of symbols used to divide or clarify text (such as !, ?, ", etc.); act of placing punctuation marks within text; vocalization; act of emphasizing
Some elements exist simply as an aid to parsing For example the sep element is used to separate the CDATA defining a rational number into two parts in a manner that is easily parsed by an XML application These objects are referred to as punctuation
the use of certain marks to clarify meaning of written material by grouping words grammatically into sentences and clauses and phrases
In spoken communication, the tone, emphasis, and cues that direct how a message is meant to be interpreted; according to the interactional view, the way someone marks the beginning of an interpersonal interaction
what some people don't use it seems to suggest that they think it isn't necessary and people can easily understand them whether they use useless things like full stops commas or not they also aren't into capital letters much but at least this gives us a new adventure in decyphering coded messages Q
The act or art of punctuating or pointing a writing or discourse; the art or mode of dividing literary composition into sentences, and members of a sentence, by means of points, so as to elucidate the author's meaning
Symbols such as commas and semicolons, which a compiler uses to understand the structure of a program
a system of marks used to introduce pauses and interruption into writing
Punctuation is the symbols that you use to divide written words into sentences and clauses. Jessica scanned the lines, none of which had any punctuation. the marks used to divide a piece of writing into sentences, phrases etc. Standard set of marks used in written and printed texts to clarify meaning and to separate sentences, words, and parts of words. It often marks discourse features such as intonational contours and pauses. It may also convey information about a word (e.g., hyphens in compound words) unrelated to speech patterns. In English, the period (.) marks the end of a sentence or an abbreviation. The comma (,) usually separates clauses, phrases, or items in a series. The colon (: ) often introduces an explanation or series of examples. The semicolon (;) usually separates independent clauses. The em-dash ( ) marks an abrupt transition. The exclamation point (!) signals surprise. The question mark (?) signals a question. The apostrophe (') marks the possessive case or the omission of letters. Quotation marks (" ") set off either quoted words or words used with special significance. Interpolations in a sentence are marked by brackets ([ ]) or parentheses ( )
the use of certain marks to clarify meaning of written material by grouping words grammatically into sentences and clauses and phrases the marks used to clarify meaning by indicating separation of words into sentences and clauses and phrases something that makes repeated and regular interruptions or divisions
The earliest manuscripts have little punctuation and it only occurs sporadically before the eighth century
 A part of speech   Punctuation is not executed but it affects the execution of other words   Punctuation in J comprises (, ), NB , and control words
traditionally, the way in which writers indicate the structure and organisation of their writing This includes punctuation marks: marks on text to help readers' understanding The most commonly used marks in English are
something that makes repeated and regular interruptions or divisions
This is used to create sense, clarity, and stress in sentences It should be used sparingly and accurately
Punctuation is the use of symbols such as full stops or periods, commas, or question marks to divide written words into sentences and clauses. He was known for his poor grammar and punctuation
When performing a search, especially the Heading Title search, skip all punctuation
the marks used to clarify meaning by indicating separation of words into sentences and clauses and phrases
quotations
punctuation mark
Any of various symbols (see the table below) used in writing and printing to make the sense of what is written easier to determine
punctuation marks
plural form of punctuation mark
punctuation mark
marks used in writing to make the meaning clear (i.e. periods, commas, etc.)
punctuation mark
the marks used to clarify meaning by indicating separation of words into sentences and clauses and phrases
punctuation mark
A punctuation mark is a symbol such as a full stop or period, comma, or question mark that you use to divide written words into sentences and clauses. One of a set of marks or signs, such as the comma (,) or the period (.), used to punctuate texts. a sign, such as a comma or question mark, used to divide a piece of writing into sentences, phrases, etc
punctuation marks
system of marks that is used so as to stress the text and to divide it between words and sentences
punctuation rules
rules that dictate where punctuation marks are to be placed
film punctuation
Any of several techniques to form transitions between scenes
Assyrian punctuation
method of marking the vocalization or punctuation of the ancient Assyrian language
Babylonian punctuation
method of marking the vocalization or punctuation of the ancient Babylonian language
lower case punctuation
method of punctuation used in modern Hebrew
upper case punctuation
method of placing punctuation above the letters
Turkish - English

Definition of punctuation in Turkish English dictionary

nokta üst üste punctuation colon
sıra
punctuation

    Hyphenation

    punc·tu·a·tion

    Turkish pronunciation

    pʌngkçueyşın

    Pronunciation

    /ˌpəɴɢkʧo͞oˈāsʜən/ /ˌpʌŋkʧuːˈeɪʃən/

    Etymology

    [ "p&[ng]k-ch&-wA-sh& ] (noun.) circa 1539. Medieval Latin punctuatio (“a marking with points, a writing, agreement”) punctuare (“to mark with points, settle”); see punctuate.

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