Template:ux

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(please add the primary text of this usage example)

This is used to show usage examples (not quotations) following a definition line. The actual work is delegated to Module:usex/templates and Module:usex. See WT:USEX for some general guidelines regarding usage examples.

Parameters

|1=
The language code of the example to be shown, e.g. en for English; see WT:LANGLIST for the full list.
|2=
The example to be shown. It should not contain wikilinks.
|3=, |translation= or |t=
The English translation for examples on foreign entries.
|tr= or |transliteration=
The Latin transliteration for examples in non-Latin script.
|sc=
The script code, required for certain languages with multiple possible scripts; see Wiktionary:List of scripts for the full list.
|inline=
To include the translation in the same line as the example, separated from the example by em dash, assuming that the example, its translation and transliteration are short enough to fit in a single line. (Set it to 1 to choose inline mode. See also {{uxi}}.)
|q=, |qN= or |qualifier=, |qualifierN=
To include a qualifier for the example or quote. You can specify multiple qualifiers using q2=, q3=, etc.
|ref=
To include a reference or link to an originating external site.
|lit=
A literal translation.
|subst=
Substitutions to be applied to handle irregular transliterations in certain languages (e.g. Russian and Yiddish; see example below). If specified, should be one or more substitution expressions separated by commas, where each substitution expression is of the form FROM/TO, where FROM is a Lua pattern and TO is the corresponding replacement expression (see WT:LUA). The substitutions are applied in order and before transliteration; hence both FROM and TO should be in the source script (e.g. Cyrillic or Hebrew).
|noenum=
To use in unnumbered sections (not following a definition). It may start the line following the definition or may be prefixed by "#:" for visual aesthetics.

Usage examples are normally preceded by "#:", or by "#*" or "#*:" to hide the usage example (normally used for direct quotes).

Examples

Wikitext (from Tajik китоб (kitob))

# [[book]]
#: {{ux|tg|Ин '''китобро''' хондам.|I read this '''book'''.}}

Output

  1. book
    Ин китобро хондам.
    In kitobro xondam.
    I read this book.


Wikitext (from Esperanto indiki)

# to [[indicate]]
#: {{ux|eo|La forta vento '''indikas''' ke ŝtormo venas.|The strong wind '''indicates''' that 
a storm is coming.|ref=<ref>http://tatoeba.org/eng/sentences/show/454290</ref>}}

===References===
<references/>

Output

  1. to indicate
    La forta vento indikas ke ŝtormo venas. [1]
    The strong wind indicates that a storm is coming.

References


Wikitext (from Esperanto kiuj)

# ({{plural of|kiu|lang=eo}}) [[which]] {{gloss|relative}}
#: {{ux|eo|La elementoj '''kiuj''' troviĝis sur piratflagoj estis skeletkapo, la simbolo por la morto, skeleto indikis turmentan morton,
sablohorloĝo indikis ke la tempo venis, sanganta koro malrapida kaj dolora morto kaj ponardo aŭ maĉeto signifis impulso por batali.
|The elements '''which''' were found on pirate flags were: skull, the symbol for death, skeleton indicated torturous death, hourglass
indicated that the time came, bleeding heart → slow and painful death and dagger or machete signified impulse for battle.
|ref=<sup>[//eo.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jolly_Roger]</sup>}}

Output

  1. (plural of kiu) which (relative)
    La elementoj kiuj troviĝis sur piratflagoj estis skeletkapo, la simbolo por la morto, skeleto indikis turmentan morton, sablohorloĝo indikis ke la tempo venis, sanganta koro malrapida kaj dolora morto kaj ponardo aŭ maĉeto signifis impulso por batali. [1]
    The elements which were found on pirate flags were: skull, the symbol for death, skeleton indicated torturous death, hourglass indicated that the time came, bleeding heart → slow and painful death and dagger or machete signified impulse for battle.


Wikitext (from Esperanto kelkaj)

# {{inflection of|kelka||p|lang=eo}}
## [[a few]]
## [[several]]
##: {{ux|eo|'''Kelkaj''' el iliaj ovoj estas malbonaj.|'''Several''' of their eggs are bad.|inline=1}}

Output

  1. plural of kelka
    1. a few
    2. several
      Kelkaj el iliaj ovoj estas malbonaj.Several of their eggs are bad.


Wikitext

#: {{ux|fr|cousu de fil blanc|blatantly obvious|lit=sewn with white thread|inline=y}}

Output

  1. cousu de fil blancblatantly obvious (literally, “sewn with white thread”)


Wikitext (with subst=)

#: {{ux|ru|Полице́йские огороди́ли середи́ну шоссе́ на гора́х, '''всле́дствие чего́''' бегле́ц был на во́ле.|Police officers blocked the middle of the highway '''as a consequence that''' a fugitive was on the loose.|subst=шоссе́/шоссэ́}}

Output (with subst=)

  1. Полице́йские огороди́ли середи́ну шоссе́ на гора́х, всле́дствие чего́ бегле́ц был на во́ле.
    Policéjskije ogorodíli seredínu šossɛ́ na goráx, vslédstvije čevó begléc byl na vóle.
    Police officers blocked the middle of the highway as a consequence that a fugitive was on the loose.


Wikitext

#: {{ux|de|fließen|to flow|q=Germany|inline=1}}
#: {{ux|de|fliessen|to flow|q=Switzerland|q2=Liechtenstein|inline=1}}

Output

  1. fließen (Germany)to flow
    fliessen (Switzerland, Liechtenstein)to flow

See also

TemplateData

This is the TemplateData documentation for this template used by VisualEditor and other tools.

TemplateData for ux

This is used to show usage examples (not quotations) following a definition line.

Template parameters

This template prefers block formatting of parameters.

ParameterDescriptionTypeStatus
language code1

The language code of the example to be shown

Default
empty
Example
en
Auto value
empty
Stringrequired
example2

The example to be shown. Use '''bold''' to highlight the current term.

Default
empty
Example
The quick brown '''fox''' jumps over the lazy dog.
Auto value
empty
Stringrequired
translation3ttranslation

The English translation for examples on foreign entries. Use '''bold''' to highlight the current term's translation.

Default
empty
Example
Le rapide '''renard''' brun saute par dessus le chien paresseux.
Auto value
empty
Stringoptional
transliterationtr

The Latin transliteration for examples in non-Latin script.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Stringoptional
script codesc

The script code, required for certain languages with multiple possible scripts.

Default
empty
Example
Latn
Auto value
empty
Stringoptional
inlineinline

To include the translation in the same line as the example, separated from the example by em dash, assuming that the example, its translation and transliteration are short enough to fit in a single line. (Set it to 1 to choose inline mode.)

Default
empty
Example
1
Auto value
empty
Numberoptional
qualifierq

To qualify an example with a region or register, or a type of usage.

Default
empty
Example
informal
Auto value
empty
Stringoptional
referenceref

To include a reference or link to an originating external site.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
URLoptional
literal translationlit

A literal translation of an idiomatic expression in a foreign language.

Default
empty
Example
to fly like plywood over Paris
Auto value
empty
Stringoptional
substitutionsubst

Substitutions to be applied to handle irregular transliterations in certain languages (e.g. Russian and Yiddish; see example above). If specified, should be one or more substitution expressions separated by commas, where each substitution expression is of the form FROM/TO, where FROM is a Lua pattern and TO is the corresponding replacement expression. The substitutions are applied in order and before transliteration; hence both FROM and TO should be in the source script (e.g. Cyrillic or Hebrew).

Default
empty
Example
шоссе́/шоссэ́
Auto value
empty
Stringoptional
noenumnoenum

To use in unnumbered sections (not following a definition). It may start the line following the definition or may be prefixed by "<code>#:</code>" for visual aesthetics.

Default
empty
Example
empty
Auto value
empty
Booleanoptional