Dele

A dele or deleatur (iː, ər) is a proofreading symbol used to mark something for deletion. ==Name== Dele, the more common term in modern American English (sometimes used as a verb, e.g. `Dele that graph`), coincides with the imperative form of the Latin delere (`to delete`). However, the Oxford English Dictionary notes an earlier use in Engli...
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Dele

• (v. t.) To erase; to cancel; to delete; to mark for omission. • (imperative sing.) Erase; remove; -- a direction to cancel something which has been put in type; usually expressed by a peculiar form of d, thus: /. • (v. t.) To deal; to divide; to distribute.
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DELE

[Spanish test] DELE, formally the Diplomas de Español como Lengua Extranjera (Spanish for `Diplomas of Spanish as a Foreign Language`), are official diplomas issued by the Spanish Instituto Cervantes on behalf of the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science to participants who pass a standardized test indicating their Spanish language pro...
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Dele

De'le imperative sing. of Latin delere to destroy. [ Confer Delete .] (Print.) Erase; remove; -- a direction to cancel something which has been put in type; usually expressed by a peculiar form of d , thus: &dele;.
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Dele

De'le transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Deled ; present participle & verbal noun Deleing .] [ From the preceding word.] (Print.) To erase; to cancel; to delete; to mark for omission.
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Dele

Dele transitive verb [ See Deal .] To deal; to divide; to distribute. [ Obsolete] Chaucer.
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dele

dele, deleing, deled To delete; especially, from typeset matter.
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