comma

listen to the pronunciation of comma
Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
virgül

Bu cümlede virgülü bir noktayla değiştiremezsiniz. - You can't replace the comma with a period in this sentence.

Lütfen, bu kelimeden sonra bir virgül koy. - Please add a comma after this word.

(Bilgisayar) binlik ayracı
ara

Bu komut satırı araçlarının nasıl kullanılacağını biliyor musunuz? - Do you know how to use these command line tools?

Lütfen iki ana cümlenin arasına virgül koyun. - Please put a comma between the two main clauses.

(isim) virgül
kolera mikrobu
inverted commas tırnak işareti
comma bacillus virgül şeklinde mikrop
comma separated
(Bilgisayar) virgülle ayrılmış
comma separated values
(Bilgisayar) virgülle ayrılan değerler
comma alignment
virgüle göre hizalama
comma bacillus
kolera mikrobu
comma delimited
Virgülle Sınırlanmış
comma delimited
virgülle sınırlanmış
comma splice
virgül ek yeri
comma accent
(Bilgisayar) diğer virgül
comma alignment tab
virgül ile hizalama noktası
comma bacillus
kolera basili
comma bacillus
virgül şeklinde basil
comma cloud
(Meteoroloji) virgül bulut
comma delimited
Virgülle Ayrılmış
comma missing
(Bilgisayar) virgül eksik
comma style
(Bilgisayar) virgül biçemi
comma style
(Bilgisayar) virgül stili
inverted comma
tırnak işareti
commas
virgüller

Nokta ve virgüllerden sonra bir boşluk olmalıdır. - There must be a space after periods and commas.

Southwest Sector Operation Control Center North American Aerospace Defense Comma
(Askeri) Kuzey Amerika Hava-Uzay Savunma Komutanlığı Güneybatı Bölge Harekat Kontrol Merkezi
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A North American butterfly, Polygonia c-album, of the genus Polygonia
Punctuation mark , (usually indicating a pause between parts of a sentence or between elements in a list)
a small or very small interval between two enharmonic notes tuned in different ways
{n} the point , implying a little pause
A comma is the punctuation mark , which is used to separate parts of a sentence or items in a list. the mark used in writing and printing to show a short pause or to separate things in a list inverted comma punctuation mark (from komma , from koptein )
A small interval (the difference between a major and minor half step), seldom used except by tuners
punctuation mark, as in: Use a comma to show where you would normally pause if you were reading the sentence out loud
A punctuation mark that separates parts of a sentence and usually shows where you should take a breath when reading Note: the word and takes the place of a comma Example: Emma moved quietly down her regular beat, looked carefully around the corner and spotted a thief breaking a car window
A button on the toolbar which will apply the comma number format to selected cells In this format, groups of 3 digits to the left of the decimal point are separated by commas and 2 digits are shown to the right of the decimal point
A term given to any discrepancy in the tempering of the musical scale Comma of Pythagoras, Diesis, Ditone, Syntonic Comma
n the standard character that is called "comma" (,) See Figure~2--5
When a noun is restated using another noun , it is called an appositive, Appositives are separated from the nouns they describe using commas
A North American butterfly of the genus Polygonia
{i} punctuation mark denoting a pause within a sentence
a punctuation mark (,) used to indicate the separation of elements within the grammatical structure of a sentence
Commata are single phrases after which a breath is taken A comma was considered to be less than eight syllables (See Colon)
anglewing butterfly with a comma-shaped mark on the underside of each hind wing
the interval that is the difference between a sequence of just intervals and an octave The geometry of just intervals that causes commas is also responsible for the presence of temperaments By itself, this term usually refers to the Syntonic comma (see below)
any very small interval between two tones near in pitch but disparate in harmonic generation
anglewing butterfly with a comma-shaped mark on the underside of each hind wing a punctuation mark (,) used to indicate the separation of elements within the grammatical structure of a sentence
a mark (",") used to separate groups of words or numbers -- "A comma can also be used to separate the numeral representations into sections " (4)
n the standard character that is called "comma" (,) See Figure~2--5 @IGindex{compilation}
punctuation mark used to separate items in a series; set off introductory material or words that interrupt the flow of thought in a sentence; join two complete thoughts (together with a conjunction); set off direct quotations, etc
a comma indicated 1/4 eDuppu or one aksharakaala Thus if srgm becomes s,rg then sa is extended from one to two counts
Punctuation mark indicating a pause between parts of a sentence or between elements in a list
A character or point [,] marking the smallest divisions of a sentence, written or printed
comma splice
Two independent clauses strung together with a comma in between

Example: I went to the store, I got a loaf of bread.

comma splices
plural form of comma splice
Comma Separated Values
(Computers) file format used for storing database information in ASCII format (each entry or field is separated by a comma and each new row is represented by a new line)
comma bacillus
comma-shaped bacteria that cause Asiatic cholera
comma fault
Improper use of a comma to join two independent clauses. Also called comma splice
comma splice
An error created when two independent clauses are incorrectly joined by a comma 16a-d
comma splice
when you join two sentences with a comma, you have created a writing error called a comma splice; comma splices can be fixed with a semi-colon, a comma with a conjunction, or a period and a capital: Incorrect: That cat is a Persian, her name is Cleopatra Correct: That cat is a Persian; her name is Cleopatra Correct: That cat is a Persian, and her name is Cleopatra Correct: That cat is a Persian Her name is Cleopatra Sometimes a comma splice can be fixed by making one of the clauses dependent: Incorrect: I waited in line for tickets to the Dave Matthews Band concert, a storm broke out and it began to rain Correct: As I waited in line for tickets to the Dave Matthews Band concert, a storm broke out and it began to rain The word as makes the first clause dependent
comma splice
A comma splice occurs when two separate independent sentences are joined with only a comma For example, the following sentence contains a comma splice: It is a warm and sunny day, the children want to play outside
comma splice
Two sentences are joined by a comma instead of separated by a period or a semi-colon This is closely related to the run-on sentence If you have a sentence that has two full sets of subjects and verbs, you may want to separate them into two sentences One long sentence is difficult to read and it loses it fluency
comma splice
incorrect use of a comma to connect ("splice" together) two complete thoughts Ex : I go to school, my brother stays home
comma splice
The error of trying to link two independent clauses with nothing but a comma
Harvard comma
A serial comma
Oxford comma
A serial comma
inverted comma
A type of quotation mark, denoted by ‘ (an "open inverted comma") or ’ (a "close inverted comma"). Often used instead of "inverted commas", which also means a "double style" inverted comma, denoted by “ ("open inverted commas") or ” ("close inverted commas"), in the United Kingdom
serial comma
A comma preceding the final conjunction in a list of three or more items, especially to provide clarity
A comma
virgule
commas
plural of comma
commas
a punctuation mark indicating a short pause in a sentence
commas
are often used to mark off connecting adverbs or adverbial phrases or clauses
comma

    Расстановка переносов

    com·ma

    Турецкое произношение

    kämı

    Произношение

    /ˈkämə/ /ˈkɑːmə/

    Этимология

    [ 'kä-m& ] (noun.) 1554. From Latin comma Ancient Greek κόμμα (komma) κόπτω (koptō, “I cut”)

    Общие Словосочетания

    comma splice

    Слово дня

    paparazzo
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