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X 1

also: x
American English: /ɛks/
British English: /ɛks/

noun

  • 1.1 (letter) if you can't write, just make an X
    si no sabe escribir, haga or ponga una cruz
    Example sentences
    • X is the 24th letter of the alphabet and it's got me stumped.
    • The Latin X came from Chi, a letter invented by the Greeks who used it to represent the sound ks in the Western part of the country.
    1.2 (somebody, something unknown)
    X
    Mr X
    el señor X
    (before noun) the X factor
    el factor sorpresa
    Example sentences
    • Discover how 'Mr X' built an online business making over $100,000 a month (mostly profit) in just 16 weeks.
    • A greater number of fresh vegetables are sold in City X than in City Y.
    • Regarding Mr. X's remarks about the Directorate of Operations' "pitiful management": I did describe in my article the problem of upwardly mobile mediocrity, but Mr. X is right to fault me for not hammering home the point.
    1.3 (symbolizing kiss) Love, Helen XXX
    besos or un beso, Helen

transitive verb

  • X (out)

    (American English) [colloquial]
    tachar

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X 2
American English: /ɛks/
British English: /ɛks/

adjective

  • (Cinema) (in US)
    prohibida para menores de 18 años

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