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Experiments with IPA[edit]

Manual of Style (pronunciation)

(IPA: IPA(key): [aɪ piː eɪ])

IPA(key): [ˈkæɹəktə(ɹ)z] invalid IPA characters (ˈ&g;ɹəəɹ), replace g with ɡIPA(key): [faˈmiːli̯̯ən]] invalid IPA characters (]) IPA(key): [vɔrt], Plural: IPA(key): [ˈvœrtər] IPA(key): [liːni̯̯ə]] invalid IPA characters (])IPA(key): [ˈaltrə] invalid IPA characters (ˈə)


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Some useful things to copy and paste[edit]



Translations to be checked[edit]




oko n, oči pl
ok stem
očí gen pl
declension pattern mesto
  1. eye



second (see also the translations for derived terms)


Experiments with intendation[edit]

cool (Template:compar cooler, Template:superl coolest)

  1. Having a slightly low temperature; mildly or pleasantly cold.
  2. Of a person, not showing emotion.
  3. (colloquial) Of a person, knowing what to do and how to behave in any situation.
The earliest use of the word in this way seems to be in Wilkie Collins' "The Moonstone" 1868:
"She has been a guest of yours at this house," I answered. "May I venture to suggest — if nothing was said about me beforehand — that I might see her here?"
"Cool!" said Mr. Bruff. With that one word of comment on the reply that I had made to him, he took another turn up and down the room.
"In plain English," he said, "my house is to be turned into a trap to catch Rachel ...
  1. (colloquial) In fashion.
    "Jordan is very cool," Matt stated, "even cooler than me!"
  2. (colloquial) Of an action, all right, acceptable, that does not present a problem.
  3. (colloquial) Of a person, not upset by circumstances that might ordinarily be upsetting.
    I'm completely cool about my girlfriend leaving me.

Some mistakes[edit]