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<td colspan="2" rowspan="1" style="text-align: center;"><img style="width: 138px; height: 132px;" alt="Swecha Dictionary" src="logo_dictionary14.png"><div><a id="dict" href="http://ltrc.iiit.net/onlineServices/Dictionaries/Eng-Tel-DictDwnld.html">Charles Philip Brown English-Telugu Dictionary</a></div>
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<td  id="ques" style="text-align: center; font-size:100%; color:Navy">A Dictionary Of English To Telugu</td></tr>
<tr><td style="text-align: left; font-size:90%; color:Navy"><p><b>ABBREVIATIONS</b> - a. Adjective; n. Noun; pron. Pronoun; v. Verb; part.
or p" Partciple; adv. Adverb; prep. Preposition; conj. Conjunction;
interj. Interjection.</p><br><p><b>Note</b> - The mark "*" denotes that the head-word is  repeated. Thus under
Abide, in the sentence "I shall * by your decision:" that is, I shall
abide by your decision: </p><br>
<p><b>THE PRONUNCIATION : </b>
          
           The vowel sounds exemplified in sentences.

          The Name sounds ..... Make these fine types more pure.
          The  shut sounds .... Bad men still cross us.
          Occasional sounds .... Mark all her short rules

          The short quantity of a e i o u y \\(with the diacritic marking
          length occurs on the top)\\ - a, a or o, u \\(the diacritic inverted
          wedge occurs on the top)\\ is marked by a e i o u y -\\(with the
          diacritic dot on the top)\\ - a, a or o, u \\(with the diacritic
          crescent on the top)\\. *verbose within double slashes are
          introduced as equivalents to the diacritics*
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