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I would suggest giving the original names with a translation in brackets.

The different types of brackets are: * round brackets, open brackets or parentheses: ( ) * square brackets, closed brackets or box brackets: [ ] * curly brackets, squiggly brackets, swirly brackets, braces, or chicken lips: { } * angle brackets, diamond brackets, cone brackets or chevrons: < > or ⟨ ⟩

The different types of brackets are: * round brackets, open brackets or parentheses: ( ) * square brackets, closed brackets or box brackets: [ ] * curly brackets, squiggly brackets, swirly brackets, braces, or chicken lips: { } * angle brackets, diamond brackets, cone brackets or chevrons: < > or ⟨ ⟩

round brackets, open brackets or parentheses: ( )square brackets, closed brackets or box brackets: [ ]curly brackets, squiggly brackets, swirly brackets, braces, or chicken lips: { }angle brackets, diamond brackets, cone brackets or chevrons: < > or ⟨ ⟩

* round brackets, open brackets or parentheses: ( ) * square brackets, closed brackets or box brackets: [ ] * curly brackets, squiggly brackets, swirly brackets, braces, or chicken lips: { }

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They are a form of punctuation. Here are some examples of brackets: ( ) - parentheses [ ] - brackets or square brackets { } - braces or curly brackets < > - angular brackets

They are a form of punctuation. Here are some examples of brackets: ( ) - parentheses [ ] - brackets or square brackets { } - braces or curly brackets < > - angular brackets

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Brackets are punctuation marks used in pairs to set apart or interject text within other text. In the United States, "bracket" sometimes refers specifically to the square or box type.There are four main types of brackets:round brackets, open brackets or parentheses: ( )square brackets, closed brackets or box brackets: [ ]curly brackets, squiggly brackets, swirly brackets, braces, or chicken lips: { }angle brackets, diamond brackets, cone brackets or chevrons: < > or ⟨ ⟩

Yes. All functions in Excel have brackets and the ones that have arguments must have them within the brackets. Not all functions have arguments, but they still have to have the brackets. This distinguishes them for other things in Excel that have names. So it is possible to have a name called Average.

Possibly, the same street names appear in two places. In order to differentiate, local place in mentioned in bracket.

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