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proper nounnoun [C]

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B2 the ​name of a ​particularperson, ​place, or ​object that is ​spelled with a ​capitalletter: Examples of ​propernouns in ​English are Joseph, Vienna, and the White House.
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proper nounnoun [C]

 us   /ˈprɑp·ər ˈnoʊn/
grammar (in ​grammar) the ​name of a ​particularperson, ​place, or thing that is ​spelled with a ​beginningcapitalletter: "San Francisco" and "​WhiteHouse" are proper nouns.
(Definition of proper noun from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “proper noun”
en árabe اسم عَلم…
en coreano 문법의 (고유 명사)…
en portugués nome próprio…
en catalán nom propi…
en japonés (文法)固有名詞…
en chino (simplificado) 专有名词…
en turco özel isim…
en ruso имя собственное…
en chino (tradicionál) 專有名詞…
en italiano nome proprio…
en polaco nazwa własna…
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