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Closed
2013-09-05 14:16
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Brackets

Different types of brackets serve different purposes on dict.cc:
<angle> ..... abbreviations/acronyms   (don't count as words for sorting, but act as keywords)
[square] ..... visible comments   (don't count as words for sorting, don't act as keywords)
(round) ....... for optional parts   (count as words for sorting, act as keywords)
{curly} ........ word class definitions   (use word class field instead, except for gender tags like {f}, {pl}, ...)

Example abbreviation:   Abkürzung {f} <Abk.> .............. would be found for the keyword "Abk"
Example comment:        Vorschneider {m} [Gewinde] ... would not be found for the keyword "Gewinde"
(To still find this entry for the keyword "Gewinde" you can search for the term in square brackets: "[Gewinde]")

When searching for "Abkürzung" or "Vorschneider", these examples would be treated as one-word entries, so they would be listed on top of the search results pages. If the brackets were round, the examples would be treated as two-word entries, listed further below.

Square brackets are used for disambiguations, explanations, usage hints or to add prepositions to one-word entries as in fähig [zu], Gefahr {f} [für] or capable [de].

forum If a word, especially a pejorative one, does not have a translation on the same level of language, use an explanation in square brackets. Example: Musel {m} [ugs.] [pej.] ....... [derogatory term for Muslim]

forum Multiple abbreviations are written within one pair of angle brackets, as in Tuesday <Tue., Tu.>. Don't add comments, such as "less frequent" within angle brackets!
Closed
2013-04-12 15:28
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Brackets

Different types of brackets serve different purposes on dict.cc:
<angle> ..... abbreviations/acronyms   (don't count as words for sorting, but act as keywords)
[square] ..... visible comments   (don't count as words for sorting, don't act as keywords)
(round) ....... for optional parts   (count as words for sorting, act as keywords)
{curly} ........ word class definitions   (use word class field instead, except for gender tags like {f}, {pl}, ...)

Example abbreviation:   Abkürzung {f} <Abk.> .............. would be found for the keyword "Abk"
Example comment:        Vorschneider {m} [Gewinde] ... would not be found for the keyword "Gewinde"
(To still find this entry for the keyword "Gewinde" you can search for the term in square brackets: "[Gewinde]")

When searching for "Abkürzung" or "Vorschneider", these examples would be treated as one-word entries, so they would be listed on top of the search results pages. If the brackets were round, the examples would be treated as two-word entries, listed further below.

Square brackets are used for disambiguations, explanations, usage hints or to add prepositions to one-word entries as in fähig [zu], Gefahr {f} [für] or capable [de].

forum If a word, especially a pejorative one, does not have a translation on the same level of language, use an explanation in square brackets. Example: Musel {m} [ugs.] [pej.] ....... [derogatory term for Muslim]

forum Multiple abbreviations are written within one pair of angle brackets, as in Tuesday <Tue., Tu.>.
Closed
2013-04-12 15:27
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Brackets

Different types of brackets serve different purposes on dict.cc:
<angle> ..... abbreviations/acronyms   (don't count as words for sorting, but act as keywords)
[square] ..... visible comments   (don't count as words for sorting, don't act as keywords)
(round) ....... for optional parts   (count as words for sorting, act as keywords)
{curly} ........ word class definitions   (use word class field instead, except for gender tags like {f}, {pl}, ...)

Example abbreviation:   Abkürzung {f} <Abk.> .............. would be found for the keyword "Abk"
Example comment:        Vorschneider {m} [Gewinde] ... would not be found for the keyword "Gewinde"
(To still find this entry for the keyword "Gewinde" you can search for the term in square brackets: "[Gewinde]")

When searching for "Abkürzung" or "Vorschneider", these examples would be treated as one-word entries, so they would be listed on top of the search results pages. If the brackets were round, the examples would be treated as two-word entries, listed further below.

Square brackets are used for disambiguations, explanations, usage hints or to add prepositions to one-word entries as in fähig [zu], Gefahr {f} [für] or capable [de].

forum If a word, especially a pejorative one, does not have a translation on the same level of language, use an explanation in square brackets. Example: Musel {m} [ugs.] [pej.]  -  [derogatory term for Muslim]

forum Multiple abbreviations are written within one pair of angle brackets, as in Tuesday <Tue., Tu.>.
Closed
2013-04-12 15:26
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Brackets

Different types of brackets serve different purposes on dict.cc:
<angle> ..... abbreviations/acronyms   (don't count as words for sorting, but act as keywords)
[square] ..... visible comments   (don't count as words for sorting, don't act as keywords)
(round) ....... for optional parts   (count as words for sorting, act as keywords)
{curly} ........ word class definitions   (use word class field instead, except for gender tags like {f}, {pl}, ...)

Example abbreviation:   Abkürzung {f} <Abk.> .............. would be found for the keyword "Abk"
Example comment:        Vorschneider {m} [Gewinde] ... would not be found for the keyword "Gewinde"
(To still find this entry for the keyword "Gewinde" you can search for the term in square brackets: "[Gewinde]")

When searching for "Abkürzung" or "Vorschneider", these examples would be treated as one-word entries, so they would be listed on top of the search results pages. If the brackets were round, the examples would be treated as two-word entries, listed further below.

Square brackets are used for disambiguations, explanations, usage hints or to add prepositions to one-word entries as in fähig [zu], Gefahr {f} [für] or capable [de].

forum If a word, especially a pejorative one, does not have a translation on the same level of language, use an explanation in square brackets.
Example: Musel {m} [ugs.] [pej.]  -  [derogatory term for Muslim]

forum Multiple abbreviations are written within one pair of angle brackets, as in Tuesday <Tue., Tu.>.
Closed
2013-03-14 16:09
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Brackets

Different types of brackets serve different purposes on dict.cc:
<angle> ..... abbreviations/acronyms   (don't count as words for sorting, but act as keywords)
[square] ..... visible comments   (don't count as words for sorting, don't act as keywords)
(round) ....... for optional parts   (count as words for sorting, act as keywords)
{curly} ........ word class definitions   (use word class field instead, except for gender tags like {f}, {pl}, ...)

Example abbreviation:   Abkürzung {f} <Abk.> .............. would be found for the keyword "Abk"
Example comment:        Vorschneider {m} [Gewinde] ... would not be found for the keyword "Gewinde"
(To still find this entry for the keyword "Gewinde" you can search for the term in square brackets: "[Gewinde]")

When searching for "Abkürzung" or "Vorschneider", these examples would be treated as one-word entries, so they would be listed on top of the search results pages. If the brackets were round, the examples would be treated as two-word entries, listed further below.

Square brackets are used for disambiguations, explanations, usage hints or to add prepositions to one-word entries as in fähig [zu], Gefahr {f} [für] or capable [de].
forum Multiple abbreviations are written within one pair of angle brackets, as in Tuesday <Tue., Tu.>.
Closed
2013-03-14 16:08
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Brackets

Different types of brackets serve different purposes on dict.cc:
<angle> ..... abbreviations/acronyms   (don't count as words for sorting, but act as keywords)
[square] ..... visible comments   (don't count as words for sorting, don't act as keywords)
(round) ....... for optional parts   (count as words for sorting, act as keywords)
{curly} ........ word class definitions   (use word class field instead, except for gender tags like {f}, {pl}, ...)

Example abbreviation:   Abkürzung {f} <Abk.> .............. would be found for the keyword "Abk"
Example comment:        Vorschneider {m} [Gewinde] ... would not be found for the keyword "Gewinde"
(To still find this entry for the keyword "Gewinde" you can search for the term in square brackets: "[Gewinde]")

When searching for "Abkürzung" or "Vorschneider", these examples would be treated as one-word entries, so they would be listed on top of the search results pages. If the brackets were round, the examples would be treated as two-word entries, listed further below.

Square brackets are used for disambiguations, explanations, usage hints or to add prepositions to one-word entries as in "fähig [zu]", "Gefahr {f} [für]" or "capable [de]".
forum Multiple abbreviations are written within one pair of angle brackets, as in Tuesday <Tue., Tu.>.
Closed
2012-06-24 18:25
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Brackets

Different types of brackets serve different purposes on dict.cc:
<angle> ..... abbreviations/acronyms   (don't count as words for sorting, but act as keywords)
[square] ..... visible comments   (don't count as words for sorting, don't act as keywords)
(round) ....... for optional parts   (count as words for sorting, act as keywords)
{curly} ........ word class definitions   (use word class field instead, except for gender tags like {f}, {pl}, ...)

Example abbreviation:   Abkürzung {f} <Abk.> .............. would be found for the keyword "Abk"
Example comment:        Vorschneider {m} [Gewinde] ... would not be found for the keyword "Gewinde"
(To still find this entry for the keyword "Gewinde" you can search for the term in square brackets: "[Gewinde]")

When searching for "Abkürzung" or "Vorschneider", these examples would be treated as one-word entries, so they would be listed on top of the search results pages. If the brackets were round, the examples would be treated as two-word entries, listed further below.

Square brackets are used for disambiguations, explanations, usage hints or to add prepositions to one-word entries as in "fähig [zu]", "Gefahr {f} [für]" or "capable [de]".
Closed
2011-03-29 14:30
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Brackets

Different types of brackets serve different purposes on dict.cc:
<angle> ..... abbreviations               (don't count as words for sorting, but act as keywords)
[square] ..... visible comments         (don't count as words for sorting, don't act as keywords)
(round) ....... for optional parts          (count as words for sorting, act as keywords)
{curly} ........ word class definitions   (use word class field instead, except for gender tags like {f}, {pl}, ...)

Example abbreviation:   Abkürzung {f} <Abk.> .............. would be found for the keyword "Abk"
Example comment:        Vorschneider {m} [Gewinde] ... would not be found for the keyword "Gewinde"
(To still find this entry for the keyword "Gewinde" you can search for the term in square brackets: "[Gewinde]")

When searching for "Abkürzung" or "Vorschneider", these examples would be treated as one-word entries, so they would be listed on top of the search results pages. If the brackets would be round, the examples would be treated as two-word entries, listed further below.

Square brackets are used for disambiguations, explanations, usage hints or to add prepositions to one-word entries as in "fähig [zu]", "Gefahr {f} [für]" or "capable [de]".
Closed
2011-02-11 10:57
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Brackets

Different types of brackets serve different purposes on dict.cc:
<angle> ..... abbreviations               (don't count as words for sorting, but act as keywords)
[square] ..... visible comments         (don't count as words for sorting, don't act as keywords)
(round) ....... no special function       (count as words for sorting, act as keywords)
{curly} ........ word class definitions   (use word class field instead, except for gender tags like {f}, {pl}, ...)

Example abbreviation:   Abkürzung {f} <Abk.> .............. would be found for the keyword "Abk"
Example comment:        Vorschneider {m} [Gewinde] ... would not be found for the keyword "Gewinde"
(To still find this entry for the keyword "Gewinde" you can search for the term in square brackets: "[Gewinde]")

When searching for "Abkürzung" or "Vorschneider", these examples would be treated as one-word entries, so they would be listed on top of the search results pages. If the brackets would be round, the examples would be treated as two-word entries, listed further below.

Square brackets are used for disambiguations, explanations, usage hints or to add prepositions to one-word entries as in "fähig [zu]", "Gefahr {f} [für]" or "capable [de]".
Closed
2009-11-11 16:37
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Brackets

Different types of brackets serve different purposes on dict.cc:
<angle> ..... abbreviations               (don't count as words for sorting, but act as keywords)
[square] ..... visible comments         (don't count as words for sorting, don't act as keywords)
(round) ....... no special function       (count as words for sorting, act as keywords)
{curly} ........ word class definitions   (use word class field instead, except for gender tags like {f}, {pl}, ...)

Example abbreviation:   Abkürzung {f} <Abk.> .............. would be found for the keyword "Abk"
Example comment:        Vorschneider {m} [Gewinde] ... would not be found for the keyword "Gewinde"
(To still find this entry for the keyword "Gewinde" you can search for the term in square brackets: "[Gewinde]")

When searching for "Abkürzung" or "Vorschneider", these examples would be treated as one-word entries, so they would be listed on top of the search results pages. If the brackets would be round, the examples would be treated as two-word entries, listed further below.
Closed
2009-04-17 19:01
Changed by Paul
Paul (10)

Brackets

Different types of brackets serve different purposes on dict.cc:
<angle> ..... abbreviations               (don't count as words for sorting, but act as keywords)
[square] ..... visible comments         (don't count as words for sorting, don't act as keywords)
(round) ....... no special function       (count as words for sorting, act as keywords)
{curly} ........ word class definitions   (use word class field instead, except for {m}, {f}, {n}, {pl})

Example abbreviation:   Abkürzung {f} <Abk.> .............. would be found for the keyword "Abk"
Example comment:        Vorschneider {m} [Gewinde] ... would not be found for the keyword "Gewinde"
(To still find this entry for the keyword "Gewinde" you can search for the term in square brackets: "[Gewinde]")

When searching for "Abkürzung" or "Vorschneider", these examples would be treated as one-word entries, so they would be listed on top of the search results pages. If the brackets would be round, the examples would be treated as two-word entries, listed further below.
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