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Thread: dia: (???)

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Posted: 2022-11-28 12:33
While doing the Word Training, I found this word:

dia:

(with colon at the end).

As I selected quite a few languages, where does this word comes from?

I tried to grep this from:
git/lcwo/db/lcwo_words.sql

but it's a giant database on one line and I couldn't find it.

In any case, do we need to learn the ":" (colon)?


Posted: 2022-11-28 14:37
At some places there are spelling errors, another item was, when I remember: "et cetera", which means 'and so on' that yields sometimes the word 'et' presented and sometimes 'cetera'
Probably due to the space it is interpreted as two seperate words.

Yes colon dahdahdahdididit is a defined character.
also ' very useful in English language.

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