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  • Centered [text alignment] | Definition and Translations

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    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
    Spanish: Centrado, bandera centrada

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    Contributors: Gizzmo Xavier Álvarez Alexis B. Fernando Díaz CAST Diogo Ramos Moreira Przemysław Sakrajda


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    Riccardo Sartori

    Posted

    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

    Posted

    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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