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Working swiftly, Pete made an enormous blue question mark, at least a yard high, on the dirty white face of the theatre. Arthur, Robert THREE IN ONE (1990)Snoot shrugged his shoulders to Walker, a question mark across his grin. Metz, Don KING OF THE MOUNTAIN (1990)

Tendências de question mark

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Traduções de question mark

Inglês Britânico: question mark /ˈkwɛstʃən mɑːk/ NOUN
A question mark is the punctuation mark (?) which is used in writing at the end of a question.
He put a question mark next to her name on the list.
  • Inglês Americano: question mark
  • Árabe: عَلامَةُ إِسْتِفْهَام
  • Português Brasileiro: ponto de interrogação
  • Chinês: 问号
  • Croata: upitnik
  • Tcheco: otazník
  • Dinamarquês: spørgsmålstegn
  • Holandês: vraagteken
  • Espanhol Europeu: signo de interrogación
  • Finlandês: kysymysmerkki
  • Francês: point d’interrogation
  • Alemão: Fragezeichen
  • Grego: ερωτηματικό
  • Italiano: punto interrogativo
  • Japonês: 疑問符
  • Coreano: 의문부호
  • Norueguês: spørsmålstegn
  • Polonês: znak zapytania
  • Português Europeu: ponto de interrogação
  • Romeno: semn de întrebare
  • Russo: вопросительный знак
  • Espanhol: signo de interrogación
  • Sueco: frågetecken
  • Tailandês: เครื่องหมายคำถาม
  • Turco: soru işareti
  • Ucraniano: знак питання
  • Vietnamita: dấu chấm hỏi

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