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denote
American English: /dəˈnoʊt/
British English: /dɪˈnəʊt/

Translation of denote in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • 1.1 [formal] (indicate)
    Example sentences
    • Next, each species or cultivar has a list of nurseries that sell it, with symbols denoting new entries, synonyms, awards of merit, variegation and so on.
    • For the second quarter in a row, the company has had an ‘e’ placed after its trading symbol, denoting a late filing of accounts.
    • In Courchevel, pay attention to the numbers after the name (which denote the height in metres).
    1.2 (Linguistics)
    Example sentences
    • Kildare County Council has agreed to erect signs denoting the twinning of Kildare with French town Corps Nuds.
    • The council has carried out risk assessments on all restricted areas and has reopened nearly three-quarters of the pathways - identified by a pink sign denoting a right of way.
    • It is signed P O'Neill denoting official sanction.

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    Pronunciation: fɔːˈtɪsɪməʊ
    adverb
    (especially as a direction) very loud or loudly
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    portero

    A portero is a superintendent in an apartment building who looks after it, keeps it clean, delivers mail, and keeps an eye on comings and goings. Porteros often have an apartment in the building as part of their pay. The portero, and particularly the female portera, are part of popular culture. They have a reputation for being inquisitive and fond of gossip.