How to Pronounce denotes?

Correct pronunciation for the word "denotes" is [dɪnˈə͡ʊts], [dɪnˈə‍ʊts], [d_ɪ_n_ˈəʊ_t_s].

"Denotes" in context

Denotes is a word used to signal, or identify, that something is being specified or referenced. Denotes helps to clarify statements and inform the reader that something specific is being addressed or identified. It can be used between words or phrases to indicate shared links or relationships between them. For example, a sentence may contain two words that denote the idea of "similar," or in a mathematical equation, denote the operation of "subtraction." In many cases denote can be used as an abbreviation to stand in the place of a longer phrase, such as "i.e." instead of "that is to say.


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