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Caret

English translation: Circumflex

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23:15 Jan 18, 2001
German to English translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering
German term or phrase: Caret
Also called "Hut" it looks like this: ^ and is often found over a vowel. ??
sylvia
English translation:Circumflex
Explanation:
Common in French (accent circomflexe), the German word for it is Zircumflex. Caret is not actually a German word and refers to:

caret // n.
a mark indicating a proposed insertion in printing or writing.
[Latin, = is lacking]
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Mike McDonald
Local time: 21:23
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Circumflex


Explanation:
Common in French (accent circomflexe), the German word for it is Zircumflex. Caret is not actually a German word and refers to:

caret // n.
a mark indicating a proposed insertion in printing or writing.
[Latin, = is lacking]


    Oxford-Duden, Collins Robert French, Concise Oxford
Mike McDonald
Local time: 21:23
Native speaker of: English
PRO pts in pair: 74

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