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majuscule
American English: /ˈmædʒəsˌkjul/
British English: /ˈmadʒəskjuːl/

Translation of majuscule in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • Upper and lower case come from typesetting (the letters were kept in two cases, majuscule letters were kept in the upper case, the others in the lower case.
    • The majuscule letter V symbolizes a daughter of the Mother Goddess or the Mother Goddess as a virgin.
    • It was an angular majuscule script, often written without breaks between words or with words separated by dots.

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