Definición de circumflex en inglés:

circumflex

Silabificación: cir·cum·flex
Pronunciación: /ˈsərkəmˌfleks
 
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sustantivo

(also circumflex accent)
A mark (^) placed over a vowel in some languages to indicate contraction, length, or pitch or tone.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The evidence is that originally the German keyboard produced circumflexes instead of umlauts but it was replaced by an English keyboard.
  • The French have had a crack at reforming plurals and circumflexes.
  • Some speakers would give these words the circumflex, but it would be the rising circumflex, so that the sound would still terminate with the rising inflection.

adjetivo

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Bending around something else; curved: circumflex coronary arteries
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • 4 left circumflex coronary arteries were affected.
  • The left circumflex coronary artery showed severe calcific atherosclerosis.
  • Although there is great individual variation, most people have three major coronary arteries: the right coronary artery, left anterior descending branch and left circumflex branch.

Origen

late 16th century: from Latin circumflexus (from circum 'around, about' + flectere 'to bend'), translating Greek perispōmenos 'drawn around'.

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