Traducción de ampersand en Español:

ampersand

et, n.

Pronunciación /ˈampəsand//ˈæmpərˌsænd/

nombre

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    et masculino
    el signo &
    • The prime was followed by a mask comprising a series of 15 ampersands that remained on screen for 500 ms, followed by a 300-ms blank screen.
    • This includes quotes, apostrophes, ellipses, em and en dashes, multiplication symbols, and ampersands.
    • To avoid any further confusion, though, Ryan took the ampersand out of the show's title and replaced it with a slash.
    • We catch things like unencoded ampersands and can correct some other common XHTML mistakes.
    • There's a red ampersand imposed over their chests.
    • But what is so special about the ampersand, specifically, in regard to this?
    • To keep your URL as simple as possible, try to exclude characters such as question marks and ampersands.
    • So, I wrote my own little code snippet that grabbed the URL, split on the question mark and then split the second element of that array on ampersands.
    • Still its nice to see clearly, I'd forgotten that an ampersand was not in fact solid blobs of black with a tail but had spaces in between.
    • I enjoy this because, as any cursory glance through my journals will attest, I use squashy, amorphous ampersands with abandon when I'm writing for no one but myself.
    • Since my blogger app simply turns the posting's first paragraph into its item description, an ampersand in graph one brought the feed to its knees.
    • The ampersand is an ancient Roman symbol derived from the ligature or combination into one character of the e and t in the Latin et, meaning and.
    • But Gilbert & George (the ampersand is vital) never grew up.
    • An accelerator key (marked with an underline beneath the letter that you would use on the label of a button) can be set with an ampersand placed in front of the letter you are using.
    • Each line is a command to run, and, with the exception of the window manager line, each command must be placed in the background using the ampersand.
    • You no longer even need to know that secret web language of strange acronyms and miscellaneous ampersands that kept it all much more exclusive in the Good Old Days.
    • Most of my coding validates, but when it doesn't it's usually due to the fact that there's an ampersand or something like that in a link and it doesn't like it.
    • He utilizes the ampersand as a ‘measured pause’ which allows the reader, like the musician, to breathe while playing/singing.
    • These are little labels enclosed between an ampersand and a semi-colon.
    • On the homepage, doing a quick validation, there's only one error that doesn't come from that code, and that's because I put an ampersand on the page without properly encoding it.