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  • At sign | Definition and Translations

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    The at sign was originally an accounting and commercial invoice abbreviation meaning “at a rate of”. Today it is also used in email address and on social media platforms.

     

    Dutch: at, apenstaartje
    French: arobase
    German: At-Zeichen
    Italian: chiocciola (informal)
    Polish: małpa
    Portuguese: arroba
    Russian: коммерческое эт, «собачка»
    Spanish: arroba
    Ukrainian: комерційне ет, «равлик», «песик», «вухо»

    Ralf Herrmann By Ralf Herrmann ()
    Contributors: Riccardo Sartori Yevgen  Sadko Сергей Пономаренко
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