Traducción de confusable en Español:

confusable

confundible, adj.

Pronunciación /kənˈfjuːzəb(ə)l//kənˈfjuzəbəl/

adjetivo

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    confundible
    • They can also print out labels for farmers to earmark boxes for individual sites and distinguish potentially confusable products, and member invoices to help managers at each drop-off site assemble orders.
    • I found I could learn the first 30 characters in a week, after that they were confusable, and I never learnt more than 200.
    • Conversely, questions with confusable alternatives remained harder than questions with less confusable alternatives even after participants were given the opportunity to change their answers.
    • The lure items are easily confusable for an item seen three previously.
    • In some cases, there have been requests for decisions concerning yet unpublished combinations that might be confusable with combinations already in use.
    • A homograph is a letter or string that is visually confusable with a different letter or string.
    • ‘How confusable are letters and other characters?’
    • But with this non-transitive relation, it's possible the set of labels confusable with a submitted label is partially registered and partially available.
    • By contrast, the plots indicate that adding a letter that was visually confusable with the d and p in the letter matrix slowed naming speed and decreased naming accuracy on the RAN task.
    • According to his model for discrimination learning, such highly confusable trials should make it difficult for testing of strategies, resulting in matching.

nombre

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    término de fácil confusión masculino
    • It helps out with confusables, such as infer and imply, and how their meaning is changing as a result of that confusion.
    • Certain security-sensitive applications or systems may be vulnerable due to possible misinterpretation of these confusables by their users.
    • Take a special tip from the publisher and check out the ‘common confusables’ section - it is bound to be entertaining, if not enlightening.
    • There's also the issue of optical character recognition software which must deal with these confusables.
    • One place to find eggcorns is in the usage dictionaries and in other inventories of ‘confusables’ (or ‘confusibles’, depending on who you read).
    • The users were also responsible for some of these errors, e.g. by misreading the item in the text, especially in cases of English confusables.
    • The author and illustrator have created a dynamic picture book designed to help young naturalists untangle more than 20 pairs of these confusables.