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Translation of "alphabet" - English-Spanish dictionary

alphabet

noun   /ˈæl·fə·bet/
B1 a set of letters used for writing a language abecedario The English alphabet starts with A and ends with Z.
(Definition of alphabet from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

alphabet

noun /ˈӕlfəbit/
the letters of a written language arranged in order alfabeto I have learned all the letters of the Greek alphabet.
alphabetical /-ˈbe-/ adjective
alfabético an alphabetical arrangement of names.
alphabetically adverb
alfabéticamente The files are arranged alphabetically on the shelf.
alphabetical order noun
an arrangement of something according to the order of the letters of the alphabet Orden Alfabetico Make sure your references are listed in alphabetical order.
(Definition of alphabet from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “alphabet”
in Korean 알파벳…
in Arabic الأبْجَدِيّة…
in Malaysian huruf…
in French alphabet…
in Russian алфавит…
in Chinese (Traditional) 字母表…
in Italian alfabeto…
in Turkish alfabe…
in Polish alfabet…
in Vietnamese bảng chữ cái…
in Portuguese alfabeto…
in Thai ตัวอักษร…
in German das Alphabet…
in Catalan alfabet…
in Japanese アルファベット…
in Chinese (Simplified) 字母表…
in Indonesian abjad…
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