What is the French abbreviation for with?
With is translated "avec" in French. Although there is no abbreviation of the word, people writing text messages may spell it 'ac'.
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Abbreviation An abbreviation is a way to shorten a word to save space. For example Ave. stands for Avenue and Apt. stands for apartment. An abbreviation (from Latin brevis "short") is a shorter form of a word . More particularly, an abbreviation is a letter or group of letters, taken from… a word or words, and employed to represent them for the sake of . For example, the word "abbreviation" can be abbreviated as "abbr." or "abbrev." (MORE)
Answer . The French for Mister is Monsieur. It is generally written out in full, unless it is used as with a job, rank or title, in which case it is often abbreviated as M. - for example, M. le Directeur, M. le Colonel .
The French equivalent of mister is monsieur , which is abbreviated M. (including a period).. Note: The abbreviations Mme (madame) and Mlle (mademoiselle) do not use periods because they end with the final letters of the full words. However, M. does use a period since it does not end with r, th…e final letter of monsieur . (MORE)
It is the shortened or contracted form of a word, a reduction inlength and/or the act or result of abbreviating
Building is translated "bâtiment"; the common abbreviation in dictionnaries or on addresses written on envelopes is: "Bat."
If you mean the conjunction , it's "that's." "That is" can also be abbreviated as "i.e." which is "id est" in Latin.
The abbreviation for Madame is Mme . The plural (mesdames) is abbreviated Mmes. M. is used for Monsieur in French. Mlle. is for Mademoiselle.
As per is part of a phrase, the rest of which is sometimes left out by people who don't know any better. It usually refers to regulation. As per the Fire Code, for example, should be As per the stipulations of the Fire Code.
There are several abbreviations for additional. The most commonabbreviation is addt'l. Additional is also written as add. oradd'l.
AK, but this one could be use used for many other abbreviations. for more info, please go to http://acronyms.thefreedictionary.com/acknowledgment
There is no abbrevation for for. There is a FOR loop which is a programming language statement that allows code to be repeated. *.for is a filename extension for FORTRAN, a computer programming language.
"Am" is not an abbreviation. It is a conjugation of the verb "tobe". AM (as in radio) is an abbreviation for "amplitude modulation." a.m. (as in time of day) is an abbreviation for ante meridiem , literally "before noon."
The Latin abbreviation of for example is e.g. ( exempli gratia , literally meaning free example ).
Abbreviations are short forms of a full word. Some examples are: Post Office P.O. doctor dr. bachelor of science B.S. avenue ave. mister Mr.
In French, the word doctor ('docteur', masc.) is abbreviated 'dr'. The feminine transposition of 'docteur', rarely used is 'doctoresse' but it has no abbreviation on its own. Most female doctors just call themselves 'le docteur'.
\n"You will" can be contracted to "you'll," but it is a contraction as opposed to an abbreviation.
janv - (Janvier) > (January) fÃ©vr - (FÃ©vrier)> (Febuary) mars - (Mars) > (March) Avril - (Avril) > (April) mai - (Mai) > (May) juin - (Juin) >(June) juil - (Juillet) > (July) aoÃ»t - (AoÃ»t) > (August) sept - (Septembre) > (September) oct - (Octobre) > (October) nov - (…Novembre) >(November) dÃ©c - (DÃ©cembre) > (December) (MORE)
The plural of Messieurs in English is Messrs . (example: Mr. X, Mr. Y and Mr. Z = Messrs X, Y and Z.. The plural of Messieurs in French is MM . (example: M. X, M. Y et M. Z = MM X, Y et Z.
The translation of "Saturday" in French is "samedi". It isabbreviated as "sam". The days of the week and months in French arenot capitalized.
the abbreviation 'ant.' does not seem to be much in use according to the few occurences found in Google .fr. The one I would agree with is 'antonyme' (contrary, antonym), hence the abbreviation 'ant.' that you can find in dictionaries.
An unmarried woman/Ms., or mademoiselle , is abbreviated as "Mlle". A married woman/Mrs., or madame , is abbreviated as "Mme".
lundi - lu. mardi - Ma. mercredi - Me. jeudi - jeu. vendredi - vend. samedi - sam. dimanche - dim. Although this is (in my opinion) the commonest abbreviations, you may find other writings (L Ma Me J V S D / lun mar mer jeu ven sam dim / ...)
January is spelled 'janvier' in French. This is abbreviated 'Jan.' January is spelled 'janvier' in French. This is abbreviated 'Jan.' or 'janv.'
It's not an abbreviation, it's called a contraction, and the contraction for "he will" is he'll.
yes it is you'll. [but it is not an abbreviation, but rather a contraction of the two words.]
I don't know of any abbreviation for Nabuchodonosor in French. -- A Google search brings the abbreviation up as only "Nabu" and not any of the ones you mentioned.
whose that answer is incorrect. The abbr. or contraction for who has is who's, and it is also the abb. for who is ( who's) Who has (who's) Who is (who's) whose is possesive, or shows ownership, e.g., whose jacket was stolen? Whose car is this?
CHU means "Centre Hospitalier Universitaire". This is an hospital, usually quite large, which is also used for the training of medical doctors. . OR it can be extremely slang for Je suis (I am) because eventually shortened it becomes something like J'su or... chu!
Seriously? You should know this but ill tell you anyways just to help Avenue Ave. - abbreviation Hope this helps! Remember, dont forget to Learn!
intersection. As the circumstances require, this may be (a) a point on the surface of the earth over which two or more position lines intersect. The position lines may be true bearings from non-directional beacons (NDB) (magnetic bearings shown on charts for pilot usage); radials from VHF/UHF NAV…AIDs; centrelines of airways, fixed RNAV routes or air routes; localizers; or DME distances; or (b) the point where two runways, a runway and a taxiway, or two taxiways cross or meet. . abbreviation: INTXN . Fr: intersection . (MORE)
IT is an abbreviation for the words Information Technology. It can also be semi shortened to info tech , information tech or info technology. Information technology is usually something to do with computers. hope this helps... =D
The contraction of "you are" is you're . An abbreviation is a shortened form often followed by a period. A contraction follows a spoken form of a word pair by omitting one or more letters (e.g. you've, he's, won't ).
yes, it stands for Graphic Interchange Format. The files in the gif format have the .gif extension.
The abbreviation for kilograms is just kg although a lot ofwriters use kgs but this is unnecessary.but thanks for asking owait this is ask.com hahahaHA.
Anti Meridian - for times after midnight and before noon. . Amplitude Modulation - signal processing and radio transmission (AM radio).
We're is the contraction of we are. Contractions are formed byreplacing the missing letters with an apostrophe.
in writing, monsieur is spelled m. j'ai vu m. Dupont hier > I met mr Dupont yesterday
It's , and this is not an abbreviation , it is a contraction . This is also the contraction for it is .
There are does not have an accepted contracted form. Many people use there're to shorten this phrase, but this contraction is incorrect (not to mention very difficult to pronounce).
it is &... and and is a word but the looks like a symbol for and... doesn't it.
No, AL isn't an abbreviation fro April in French. April is written 'avril' in French and abbreviated 'Av.' or 'Avr.'
Days of the week are abbreviated only in writing - especially on calendars. That goes : Lun - Mar (or Ma) - Mer (or Me) - Jeu - Vend (or Ven) - Sam - Dim.
tsp, tp, lol, haha, jk, rofl, fml, lml, ttyl, ily, brb, byob, lb, lmfao, bhb
There is no abbreviation of pounds in French because pounds simply don't exist. However, the closest translation, for the measure as well as for the money, is 'livre
"what's" the context determines how the apostrophe is interpreted. Examples: What's the going price for apples? (What is) What's Bob been doing lately. (What has)
The English word 'apartment' is translated by 'appartement' in French. this is abbreviated 'Apt' in your address.
An abbreviation is a shortened version of a word. Example: MBA = Masters in Business Administration. MBA is an abbreviation. Isn't and aren't are contractions but could technically be called abbreviations because the apostrophes replace one or two letters. " Assoc. " is an abbreviation fo…r association. USA is and abbreviation for the United States of America and UK is an abbreviation for the United Kingdom. No. is an abbreviation for number. Usually any word with a full stop directly after it is an abbreviation (unless it is at the end of a sentence...) Hope this helps :) (MORE)
Abbreviation is remained almost completely unchanged in French. It is translated to be 'abrÃÂ©viation', and as we can see, there is one less 'b', and the 'e' is changed.
In its simplest form, an abbreviator can simply refer to a person who abbreviates. It also refers to one of a college of 72 officers of the pope's court whose job it is to give a synopsis of a petition, before expanding it into an official form.
What Will abbreviated is "What'll" ! Example Sentence is in order:"What'll Dinie Slothouber do without her love, Mitch Longley"?