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  • Ampersand | Definition and Translations

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    The ampersand is a symbol representing the conjunction “and”. The design goes back to the Latin ligature of “e” and “t”, meaning “and”.

     

    Dutch: ampersand, en-teken, et-teken
    French: esperluette
    German: Et-Zeichen, Und-Zeichen, Kaufmanns-Und
    Italian: e commerciale
    Polish: Et
    Portuguese: ampersand, e comercial
    Russian: амперсанд
    Spanish: et
    Ukrainian: амперсанд

    Ralf Herrmann By Ralf Herrmann ()
    Contributors: Yevgen  Sadko
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