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Guidelines Section History
Closed
2016-03-25 19:06
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Other Rules

- Idioms don't have an official tag with dict.cc. #837099

- Placeholders for "somebody" and "something", like sb., sth., jd., etw., jdm., ..., and their equivalents in other languages are written in lower case letters even if they appear at the beginning of an entry.

- English names for plants and animals are not capitalized (exception: places/people as in "Chinese bellflower").

- When using three dots (...) please separate them from the previous (and/or following) word.

- For the use of hyphens in English please see #628635 and #656776.

- For formatting questions not covered in the guidelines, please check the existing vocabulary for similar cases.
If you don't find clear conventions, please discuss the issue using the Contribute section of the forum or ask Paul before adding or re-opening translations.

- Don't reopen translations in bulk (more than 10 entries, in rapid succession and for the same reason) without prior discussion in the forum. #702202 Also don't reopen if the discussion is still pending.

- Don't use reopen or undelete to create a different translation pair. #718585

- German spelling rules are applied as provided by Duden at http://www.duden.de/.
In case of different opinions about any aspect of the German language decide according to Duden.

- Trade mark entries must include ® or ™ according to the official website of the trademark owner. The trade mark sign is positioned immediately after the trademarked word (separated by a space character). Any gender tag or other information is positioned after the trademark sign.

- Multiple user accounts: It's not allowed to use multiple accounts to manipulate any voting systems, like voting for your own inputs or voting twice for the same entries. Other, non-manipulative uses of multiple accounts are tolerated.
Closed
2016-03-16 13:25
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Other Rules

- Idioms don't have an official tag with dict.cc. #837099

- Placeholders for "somebody" and "something", like sb., sth., jd., etw., jdm., ..., and their equivalents in other languages are written in lower case letters even if they appear at the beginning of an entry.

- English names for plants and animals are not capitalized (exception: places/people as in "Chinese bellflower").

- When using three dots (...) please separate them from the previous (and/or following) word.

- For the use of hyphens in English please see #628635 and #656776.

- For formatting questions not covered in the guidelines, please check the existing vocabulary for similar cases.
If you don't find clear conventions, please discuss the issue using the Contribute section of the forum or ask Paul before adding or re-opening translations.

- Don't reopen translations in bulk (more than 10 entries, in rapid succession and for the same reason) without prior discussion in the forum. #702202 Also don't reopen if the discussion is still pending.

- Don't use reopen or undelete to create a different translation pair. #718585

- German spelling rules are applied as provided by Duden at http://www.duden.de/.

- Trade mark entries must include ® or ™ according to the official website of the trademark owner. The trade mark sign is positioned immediately after the trademarked word (separated by a space character). Any gender tag or other information is positioned after the trademark sign.

- Multiple user accounts: It's not allowed to use multiple accounts to manipulate any voting systems, like voting for your own inputs or voting twice for the same entries. Other, non-manipulative uses of multiple accounts are tolerated.
Closed
2016-01-17 17:15
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Other Rules

- The "idiom" subject cannot be used anymore. It's replaced by the idiom tags in the respective language fields. #827890

- Placeholders for "somebody" and "something", like sb., sth., jd., etw., jdm., ..., and their equivalents in other languages are written in lower case letters even if they appear at the beginning of an entry.

- English names for plants and animals are not capitalized (exception: places/people as in "Chinese bellflower").

- When using three dots (...) please separate them from the previous (and/or following) word.

- For the use of hyphens in English please see #628635 and #656776.

- For formatting questions not covered in the guidelines, please check the existing vocabulary for similar cases.
If you don't find clear conventions, please discuss the issue using the Contribute section of the forum or ask Paul before adding or re-opening translations.

- Don't reopen translations in bulk (more than 10 entries, in rapid succession and for the same reason) without prior discussion in the forum. #702202 Also don't reopen if the discussion is still pending.

- Don't use reopen or undelete to create a different translation pair. #718585

- German spelling rules are applied as provided by Duden at http://www.duden.de/.

- Trade mark entries must include ® or ™ according to the official website of the trademark owner. The trade mark sign is positioned immediately after the trademarked word (separated by a space character). Any gender tag or other information is positioned after the trademark sign.

- Multiple user accounts: It's not allowed to use multiple accounts to manipulate any voting systems, like voting for your own inputs or voting twice for the same entries. Other, non-manipulative uses of multiple accounts are tolerated.
Closed
2015-12-21 09:21
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Other Rules

- The "idiom" subject cannot be used anymore. It's replaced by the idiom tags in the respective language fields. #827890

- Placeholders for "somebody" and "something", like sb., sth., jd., etw., jdm., ..., and their equivalents in other languages are written in lower case letters even if they appear at the beginning of an entry.

- English names for plants and animals are not capitalized (exception: places/people as in "Chinese bellflower").

- When using three dots (...) please separate them from the previous (and/or following) word.

- For the use of hyphens in English please see #628635 and #656776.

- For formatting questions not covered in the guidelines, please check the existing vocabulary for similar cases.
If you don't find clear conventions, please discuss the issue using the Contribute section of the forum or ask Paul before adding or re-opening translations.

- Don't reopen translations in bulk (more than 10 entries, in rapid succession and for the same reason) without prior discussion in the forum. #702202

- Don't use reopen or undelete to create a different translation pair. #718585

- German spelling rules are applied as provided by Duden at http://www.duden.de/.

- Trade mark entries must include ® or ™ according to the official website of the trademark owner. The trade mark sign is positioned immediately after the trademarked word (separated by a space character). Any gender tag or other information is positioned after the trademark sign.

- Multiple user accounts: It's not allowed to use multiple accounts to manipulate any voting systems, like voting for your own inputs or voting twice for the same entries. Other, non-manipulative uses of multiple accounts are tolerated.
Closed
2014-06-30 15:10
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Other Rules

- Placeholders for "somebody" and "something", like sb., sth., jd., etw., jdm., ..., and their equivalents in other languages are written in lower case letters even if they appear at the beginning of an entry.

- English names for plants and animals are not capitalized (exception: places/people as in "Chinese bellflower").

- When using three dots (...) please separate them from the previous (and/or following) word.

- For the use of hyphens in English please see #628635 and #656776.

- For formatting questions not covered in the guidelines, please check the existing vocabulary for similar cases.
If you don't find clear conventions, please discuss the issue using the Contribute section of the forum or ask Paul before adding or re-opening translations.

- Don't reopen translations in bulk (more than 10 entries, in rapid succession and for the same reason) without prior discussion in the forum. #702202

- Don't use reopen or undelete to create a different translation pair. #718585

- German spelling rules are applied as provided by Duden at http://www.duden.de/.

- Trade mark entries must include ® or ™ according to the official website of the trademark owner. The trade mark sign is positioned immediately after the trademarked word (separated by a space character). Any gender tag or other information is positioned after the trademark sign.

- Multiple user accounts: It's not allowed to use multiple accounts to manipulate any voting systems, like voting for your own inputs or voting twice for the same entries. Other, non-manipulative uses of multiple accounts are tolerated.
Closed
2014-06-30 15:09
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Other Rules

- Placeholders for "somebody" and "something", like sb., sth., jd., etw., jdm., ..., and their equivalents in other languages are written in lower case letters even if they appear at the beginning of an entry.

- English names for plants and animals are not capitalized (exception: places/people as in "Chinese bellflower").

- When using three dots (...) please separate them from the previous (and/or following) word.

- For the use of hyphens in English please see #628635 and #656776.

- For formatting questions not covered in the guidelines, please check the existing vocabulary for similar cases.
If you don't find clear conventions, please discuss the issue using the Contribute section of the forum or ask Paul before adding or re-opening translations.

- Don't reopen translations in bulk (more than 10 entries, in rapid succession and for the same reason) without prior discussion in the forum. #702202

- Don't use reopen or undelete to create a different translation pair. #718585

- German spelling rules are applied as provided by Duden at http://www.duden.de/.

- Trade mark entries must include ® or ™ according to the official website of the trademark owner. The trade mark sign is positioned immediately after the trademarked word (a space character may remain). Any gender tag or other information is positioned after the trademark sign.

- Multiple user accounts: It's not allowed to use multiple accounts to manipulate any voting systems, like voting for your own inputs or voting twice for the same entries. Other, non-manipulative uses of multiple accounts are tolerated.
Closed
2014-06-30 12:59
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Other Rules

- Placeholders for "somebody" and "something", like sb., sth., jd., etw., jdm., ..., and their equivalents in other languages are written in lower case letters even if they appear at the beginning of an entry.

- English names for plants and animals are not capitalized (exception: places/people as in "Chinese bellflower").

- When using three dots (...) please separate them from the previous (and/or following) word.

- For the use of hyphens in English please see #628635 and #656776.

- For formatting questions not covered in the guidelines, please check the existing vocabulary for similar cases.
If you don't find clear conventions, please discuss the issue using the Contribute section of the forum or ask Paul before adding or re-opening translations.

- Don't reopen translations in bulk (more than 10 entries, in rapid succession and for the same reason) without prior discussion in the forum. #702202

- Don't use reopen or undelete to create a different translation pair. #718585

- German spelling rules are applied as provided by Duden at http://www.duden.de/.

- Trade mark entries must include ® or ™ according to the official website of the trademark owner. The trade mark sign is positioned immediately after the trademarked word (a space character can remain). Any gender tag or other information is positioned after the trademark sign.

- Multiple user accounts: It's not allowed to use multiple accounts to manipulate any voting systems, like voting for your own inputs or voting twice for the same entries. Other, non-manipulative uses of multiple accounts are tolerated.
Closed
2013-12-09 12:29
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Other Rules

- Placeholders for "somebody" and "something", like sb., sth., jd., etw., jdm., ..., and their equivalents in other languages are written in lower case letters even if they appear at the beginning of an entry.

- English names for plants and animals are not capitalized (exception: places/people as in "Chinese bellflower").

- When using three dots (...) please separate them from the previous (and/or following) word.

- For the use of hyphens in English please see #628635 and #656776.

- For formatting questions not covered in the guidelines, please check the existing vocabulary for similar cases.
If you don't find clear conventions, please discuss the issue using the Contribute section of the forum or ask Paul before adding or re-opening translations.

- Don't reopen translations in bulk (more than 10 entries, in rapid succession and for the same reason) without prior discussion in the forum. #702202

- Don't use reopen or undelete to create a different translation pair. #718585

- German spelling rules are applied as provided by Duden at http://www.duden.de/.

- Trade mark entries must include ® or ™ according to the official website of the trademark owner.

- Multiple user accounts: It's not allowed to use multiple accounts to manipulate any voting systems, like voting for your own inputs or voting twice for the same entries. Other, non-manipulative uses of multiple accounts are tolerated.
Closed
2013-08-28 13:19
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Other Rules

- Placeholders for "somebody" and "something", like sb., sth., jd., etw., jdm., ..., and their equivalents in other languages are written in lower case letters even if they appear at the beginning of an entry.

- English names for plants and animals are not capitalized (exception: places/people as in "Chinese bellflower").

- When using three dots (...) please separate them from the previous (and/or following) word.

- For the use of hyphens in English please see #628635 and #656776.

- For formatting questions not covered in the guidelines, please check the existing vocabulary for similar cases.
If you don't find clear conventions, please discuss the issue using the Contribute section of the forum or ask Paul before adding or re-opening translations.

- Don't reopen translations in bulk (more than 10 entries, in rapid succession and for the same reason) without prior discussion in the forum. #702202

- Don't use reopen or undelete to create a different translation pair. #718585

- German spelling rules are applied as provided by Duden at http://www.duden.de/.

- Trade mark entries must include ® or ™ according to the official website of the trademark owner.
Closed
2013-08-02 12:51
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Other Rules

- Placeholders for "somebody" and "something", like sb., sth., jd., etw., jdm., ..., and their equivalents in other languages are written in lower case letters even if they appear at the beginning of an entry.

- English names for plants and animals are not capitalized (exception: places/people as in "Chinese bellflower").

- When using three dots (...) please separate them from the previous (and/or following) word.

- For the use of hyphens in English please see #628635 and #656776.

- For formatting questions not covered in the guidelines, please check the existing vocabulary for similar cases.
If you don't find clear conventions, please discuss the issue using the Contribute section of the forum or ask Paul before adding or re-opening translations.

- Don't reopen translations in bulk (more than 10 entries, in rapid succession and for the same reason) without prior discussion in the forum. #702202

- Don't use reopen or undelete to create a different translation pair. #718585

- German spelling rules are applied as provided by Duden at http://www.duden.de/.
Closed
2013-04-07 14:26
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Other Rules

- Placeholders for "somebody" and "something", like sb., sth., jd., etw., jdm., ..., and their equivalents in other languages are written in lower case letters even if they appear at the beginning of an entry.

- English names for plants and animals are not capitalized (exception: places/people as in "Chinese bellflower").

- When using three dots (...) please separate them from the previous (and/or following) word.

- For the use of hyphens in English please see #628635 and #656776.

- For formatting questions not covered in the guidelines, please check the existing vocabulary for similar cases.
If you don't find clear conventions, please discuss the issue using the Contribute section of the forum or ask Paul before adding or re-opening translations.

- Don't reopen translations in bulk (more than 10 entries, in rapid succession and for the same reason) without prior discussion in the forum. #702202

- German spelling rules are applied as provided by Duden at http://www.duden.de/.
Closed
2013-04-06 13:08
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Other Rules

- Placeholders for "somebody" and "something", like sb., sth., jd., etw., jdm., ..., and their equivalents in other languages are written in lower case letters even if they appear at the beginning of an entry.

- English names for plants and animals are not capitalized (exception: places/people as in "Chinese bellflower").

- When using three dots (...) please separate them from the previous (and/or following) word.

- For the use of hyphens in English please see #628635 and #656776.

- For formatting questions not covered in the guidelines, please check the existing vocabulary for similar cases.
If you don't find clear conventions, please discuss the issue using the Contribute section of the forum or ask Paul before adding or re-opening translations.

- Don't reopen translations in bulk (more than 10 entries, in rapid succession and for the same reason) without prior discussion in the forum. #702202
Closed
2012-10-09 18:10
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Other Rules

- Placeholders for "somebody" and "something", like sb., sth., jd., etw., jdm., ..., and their equivalents in other languages are written in lower case letters even if they appear at the beginning of an entry.

- English names for plants and animals are not capitalized (exception: places/people as in "Chinese bellflower").

- When using three dots (...) please separate them from the previous (and/or following) word.

- For the use of hyphens in English please see #628635 and #656776.

- For formatting questions not covered in the guidelines, please check the existing vocabulary for similar cases.
If you don't find clear conventions, please discuss the issue using the Contribute section of the forum or ask Paul before adding or re-opening translations.
Closed
2012-10-09 12:47
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Other Rules

- Placeholders for "somebody" and "something", like sb., sth., jd., etw., jdm., ..., and their equivalents in other languages are written in lower case letters even if they appear at the beginning of an entry.

- English names for plants and animals are not capitalized.

- When using three dots (...) please separate them from the previous (and/or following) word.

- For the use of hyphens in English please see #628635 and #656776.

- For formatting questions not covered in the guidelines, please check the existing vocabulary for similar cases.
If you don't find clear conventions, please discuss the issue using the Contribute section of the forum or ask Paul before adding or re-opening translations.
Closed
2012-05-19 22:52
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Other Rules

- Placeholders for "somebody" and "something", like sb., sth., jd., etw., jdm., ..., and their equivalents in other languages are written in lower case letters even if they appear at the beginning of an entry.

- English names for plants and animals are not capitalized.

- For the use of hyphens in English please see #628635 and #656776.

- For formatting questions not covered in the guidelines, please check the existing vocabulary for similar cases.
If you don't find clear conventions, please discuss the issue using the Contribute section of the forum or ask Paul before adding or re-opening translations.
Closed
2012-05-19 22:51
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Other Rules

- Placeholders for "somebody" and "something", like sb., sth., jd., etw., jdm., ..., and their equivalents in other languages are written in lower case letters even if they appear at the beginning of an entry.

- English names for plants and animals are not capitalized.

- For the use of <b>hyphens in English</b> please see #628635 and #656776.

- For formatting questions not covered in the guidelines, please check the existing vocabulary for similar cases.
If you don't find clear conventions, please discuss the issue using the Contribute section of the forum or ask Paul before adding or re-opening translations.
Closed
2012-05-19 22:50
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Other Rules

- Placeholders for "somebody" and "something", like sb., sth., jd., etw., jdm., ..., and their equivalents in other languages are written in lower case letters even if they appear at the beginning of an entry.

- English names for plants and animals are not capitalized.

- For the use of hyphens in English please see #628635 and #656776.

- For formatting questions not covered in the guidelines, please check the existing vocabulary for similar cases.
If you don't find clear conventions, please discuss the issue using the Contribute section of the forum or ask Paul before adding or re-opening translations.
Closed
2012-05-19 22:47
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Other Rules

- Placeholders for "somebody" and "something", like sb., sth., jd., etw., jdm., ..., and their equivalents in other languages are written in lower case letters even if they appear at the beginning of an entry.

- English names for plants and animals are not capitalized.

- test http://forum.dict.cc/forum-questions/detail-628635-Hyphens-in-Engli... and #656776

- For formatting questions not covered in the guidelines, please check the existing vocabulary for similar cases.
If you don't find clear conventions, please discuss the issue using the Contribute section of the forum or ask Paul before adding or re-opening translations.
Closed
2012-05-19 22:45
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Other Rules

- Placeholders for "somebody" and "something", like sb., sth., jd., etw., jdm., ..., and their equivalents in other languages are written in lower case letters even if they appear at the beginning of an entry.

- English names for plants and animals are not capitalized.

- test #628635 and #656776

- For formatting questions not covered in the guidelines, please check the existing vocabulary for similar cases.
If you don't find clear conventions, please discuss the issue using the Contribute section of the forum or ask Paul before adding or re-opening translations.
Closed
2012-05-19 22:39
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Other Rules

- Placeholders for "somebody" and "something", like sb., sth., jd., etw., jdm., ..., and their equivalents in other languages are written in lower case letters even if they appear at the beginning of an entry.

- English names for plants and animals are not capitalized.

- test #628635 and #656776

- For formatting questions not covered in the guidelines, please check the existing vocabulary for similar cases.
If you don't find clear conventions, please discuss the issue using the Contribute section of the forum or ask Paul before adding or re-opening translations.
Closed
2012-05-15 18:08
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Other Rules

- Placeholders for "somebody" and "something", like sb., sth., jd., etw., jdm., ..., and their equivalents in other languages are written in lower case letters even if they appear at the beginning of an entry.

- English names for plants and animals are not capitalized.

- For formatting questions not covered in the guidelines, please check the existing vocabulary for similar cases.
If you don't find clear conventions, please discuss the issue using the Contribute section of the forum or ask Paul before adding or re-opening translations.
Closed
2011-04-27 17:50
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Other Rules

For formatting questions not covered in the guidelines, please check the existing vocabulary for similar cases.
If you don't find clear conventions, please discuss the issue using the Contribute section of the forum or ask Paul before adding or re-opening translations.
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