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Significado de “R, r” - Diccionario Inglés

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R, rnoun

uk   /ɑːr/ us   /ɑːr/ plural Rs, R's or r's
  • R, r noun (RIVER)

written abbreviation for river , used in writing before or after the name of a river: R Thames
  • R, r noun (DIRECTION)

written abbreviation for right noun
  • R, r noun (ROYAL PERSON)

abbreviation for Rex (= king) or Regina (= queen), used after the name of a king or queen: Elizabeth R

R, radjective

uk   /ɑːr/ us   /ɑːr/
  • R, r adjective (ROYAL)

written abbreviation for royal adjective , used in the names of organizations in the UK: He's an RAF (= Royal Air Force) officer. RSPH, the Royal Society for Public Health
  • R, r adjective (FILM)

[C or U] US abbreviation for restricted : used to refer to a film that people under 17 years of age can see only if a parent or guardian is with them

R, radverb

uk   /ɑːr/ us   /ɑːr/
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