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alphabetical

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Letters & punctuation
alphabeticalal‧pha‧bet‧i‧cal /ˌælfəˈbetɪkəl◂/ ●●● W3 (also alphabetic /ˌælfəˈbetɪk◂/) adjective 🔊 🔊 SLArelating to the alphabet 🔊 The files are arranged in alphabetical order.alphabetically /-kli/ adverb 🔊 Are the records filed alphabetically?
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alphabeticalFigure 16.3 shows that there are two lists - classified and alphabetical and demonstrates the relationships between them.It will also be considered in some detail in parts of succeeding chapters on alphabetical indexing languages and alphabetical indexing systems.If the user wanted the list in alphabetical order, it would have to be retyped.Anyone may display the list, which is arranged in alphabetical order.In the dictionary of cheeses that appears at the end of this chapter some cheeses are briefly described in alphabetical order.Any other indication of document content, such as classification notation or alphabetical subject headings, are partial representations of content.Hence it is called ideographic. in contradistinction from the phonographic or alphabetical system of writing.in alphabetical orderThe dictionary is arranged in alphabetical order.Anyone may display the list, which is arranged in alphabetical order.In the dictionary of cheeses that appears at the end of this chapter some cheeses are briefly described in alphabetical order.It is arranged in alphabetical order.The users are listed in alphabetical order.They are given in alphabetical order, and from my own experience I know them to be absolutely reliable.They are not in alphabetical order, but in the order you are likely to want to use them.Entries are in alphabetical order; cross-references are printed in bold type.If the user wanted the list in alphabetical order, it would have to be retyped.
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