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D also: d
American English: /di/
British English: /diː/

Translation of D in Spanish:

noun

  • 1.1 (letter)
    Example sentences
    • Each half resembles a uppercase letter D, so the two parts of the cyclotron are known as dees.
    1.2 (Music) see also A 1 2 1.3 (grade)
    (calificación en el sistema que va de A a F en orden decreciente)
    1.4 (American English) (Politics)
    Democrat
    1.5
    also: d
    died
    m.
    fallecido en
    Marcel Proust, b. 1871 d. 1922
    Marcel Proust (1871-1922)
    1.6
    also: d
    (British English) (History)
    penny/pence

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