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Alphabet

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Noun

1. alphabet

a character set that includes letters and is used to write a language

2. abc, abc's, abcs, alphabet, first principle, first rudiment, rudiment

the elementary stages of any subject (usually plural)

Example Sentences:
'he mastered only the rudiments of geometry'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Alphabet

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noun
1. 
a set of letters or other signs used in a writing system, usually arranged in a fixed order, each letter or sign being used to represent one or sometimes more than one phoneme in the language being transcribed
2. 
any set of symbols or characters, esp one representing sounds of speech
3. 
basic principles or rudiments, as of a subject

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Alphabet

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noun
1. 
the letters of a language, arranged in a traditional order
2. 
a system of characters, signs, or symbols used to indicate letters or speech sounds
3. 
the first elements or principles, as of a branch of knowledge

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Alphabet

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n.
1. The letters of a language, arranged in the order fixed by custom.
2. A system of characters or symbols representing sounds or things.
3. A set of basic parts or elements: "genetic markers ... that contain repeated sequences of the DNA alphabet"(Sandra Blakeslee).

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