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1(shortened word)abreviatura feminine
- Electronic records also contained significantly more words, abbreviations, and symbols.
- Doctors and nurses worked rapidly around her speaking in clipped phrases and abbreviations.
- It's generally accepted that you can use acronyms and abbreviations without explanation, where the term is well known by the audience.
- Find out what those pesky acronyms and abbreviations stand for.
- Such abbreviations have cropped up in different contexts time and again.
- A new society that turns abbreviations into memorable acronyms has run into trouble.
- I was trying to find out the rule about using apostrophes with acronyms or abbreviations.
- A list of abbreviations, acronyms, and symbols that should not be used also should be available.
- Though the two abbreviations are Latin terms, they are easily translatable into English.
- In the world of avid e-mail users, a variety of acronyms and abbreviations have developed.
- Acronyms or abbreviations can confuse a client who is looking for the business in a resource listing.
- An Appendix is provided with a summary of terms and abbreviations used throughout the article.
- The glossary contains explanations of abbreviations and terms used in this pamphlet.
- There were many abbreviations, which were initially difficult to remember.
- Letters shown in brackets are the recognized abbreviations for each term.
- So from now on I'll refer to the Texas Air National Guard by it's correct abbreviation, TXANG.
- The peso's abbreviation was p, and its plural was sometimes written as ps, and sometimes the P with a superscript s.
- This is not a legally approved abbreviation, and the story has been corrected to reflect that.
- These typically consist of a two-letter state abbreviation, followed by a three-letter locality and a three-digit fire number.
- That's a particularly dour abbreviation - Normal Operating Procedure - but I don't claim to have invented that one.
2(shortening of word)abreviación feminine