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  • Centered [text alignment] | Definition and Translations

    Text that is aligned to neither the left nor right margin. There is an even gap on each side of each line.


    Dutch: gecentreerd
    French: centré
    German: zentrierter Satz
    Italian: Centrato
    Polish: justowanie centralne (w osi)
    Portuguese: Centralizado
    Russian: выключка по центру
    Spanish: Centrado, bandera centrada

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    Riccardo Sartori


    Why the difference in term presentation?

    “Centered text alignment” as opposed to just “Flush left”, “Flush right”, “Justified”.

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    David John Lewis


    Would it be possible to include Standard English (used in the UK, Australia and parts of Asia) as well as American English, so this would be ‘centred’.

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