- noun /ˈæm.pə(ɹ).sænd,ˈæmp.ə(ɹ)ˌzænd/The symbol "&".
The ampersand character in many logics acts as an operator connecting two propositions.
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Ampersand — (Diyatalawa,Шри Ланка) Категория отеля: Адрес: Ellagama,Diyatalawa, 90150 Diyatalawa, Шри … Каталог отелей
ampersand — (n.) 1837, contraction of and per se and, meaning (the character) & by itself is and (a hybrid phrase, partly in Latin, partly in English). The symbol is based on the Latin word et and, and comes from an old Roman system of shorthand signs… … Etymology dictionary
Ampersand — Am per*sand, n. [A corruption of and, per se and, i. e., & by itself makes and.] A word used to describe the character ?, ?, or &. Halliwell. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
ampersand — |émper sénde| s. m. Sinal gráfico (&) usado para substituir a conjunção e, notadamente em nomes comerciais. = E COMERCIAL ‣ Etimologia: palavra inglesa … Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa
ampersand — is the name of the symbol & used as a short form of ‘and’. It was used extensively by H. W. Fowler, both in print and in writing, and is most common in handwritten work, although the more cursive plus sign + is tending to oust it. It also occurs… … Modern English usage
ampersand — ► NOUN ▪ the sign &, standing for and or the Latin et. ORIGIN alteration of and per se and ‘& by itself is and’, chanted as an aid to learning the sign … English terms dictionary
ampersand — [am′pər sand΄] n. [< and per se and, lit., (the sign) & by itself (is) and] a sign (& or ℰ) meaning and: it represents the Latin word et (and) … English World dictionary
Ampersand — This article is about the symbol. For the magazine, see Ampersand (magazine). Ampersand Punctuation … Wikipedia
Ampersand — Satzzeichen , –, , ― . , , , ; , : , … , · ¿, ?, !, ¡, ‽, ؟ „…“, »…« … … Deutsch Wikipedia
ampersand — UK [ˈæmpə(r)ˌsænd] / US [ˈæmpərˌsænd] noun [countable] Word forms ampersand : singular ampersand plural ampersands the symbol &, used in writing instead of the word and Smith & Company … English dictionary