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Dele

Dele \De"le\, imperative sing. of L. delere to destroy. [Cf. Delete.] (Print.) Erase; remove; -- a direction to cancel something which has been put in type; usually expressed by a peculiar form of d, thus: [dele].

Dele

Dele \De"le\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Deled; p. pr. & vb. n. Deleing.] [From the preceding word.] (Print.) To erase; to cancel; to delete; to mark for omission.

Dele

Dele \Dele\, v. t. [See Deal.] To deal; to divide; to distribute. [Obs.]
--Chaucer.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
dele

typographer's direction to blot out a letter, from Latin dele, imperative singular of delere (see delete).

Wiktionary
dele

n. (context printing English) a sign signifying deletion vb. (context printing usually imperative English) to delete

Wikipedia
DELE

The Diplomas de Español como Lengua Extranjera , or DELE, are official diplomas issued by the Spanish Instituto Cervantes on behalf of the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science to participants who have passed a standardised test indicating their European Spanish language proficiency. The diplomas are valid permanently. Every year, more than 60,000 examinations are taken by candidates in more than 800 examination centres from more than 100 countries. In many countries, the DELE Diplomas have been adopted by schools and universities as a complement to their own evaluation systems, such that it is used as an entry requirement for non-native Spanish speakers.

As of 1 July 2015, the Instituto Cervantes, together with the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), officially announced that it will be offering what is to be called Servicio Internacional de Evaluación de la Lengua Española or SIELE. The new test will treat Spanish as a universal language and will feature characteristics from hispanophone countries aside from Spain.

Dele (name)

Dele is a Nigerian given name and surname of Yoruba meaning "come home"

Dele (disambiguation)

Dele is a proofreading symbol.

Dele may also refer to:

  • Dele (name), a given name and surname
  • DELE (Diplomas de Español como Lengua Extranjera), diplomas given from a standardized test

Usage examples of "dele".

Gostei dele, embora tenha me espantado com o seu exagero ao me conhecer.

Ela fez que sim e olhou sorrindo para a mulher dele e, depois, para os filhos.

Partido dos Trabalhadores, procura se alinhar com o MST para tirar proveito dele, de sua verdade, de sua coragem e popularidade.

High King at Gae - in fact, as a legal entity, the Realm stretches to the Western Ocean, for the Prince-Bishop of Dele takes - took - his laws from Gae.

Three days out of Dele, we met a great train of people fleeing that town, most of them half-frozen and starving.

Prince-Bishop of Dele mounted a major war on the Council and sent an expeditionary force to torch the town and burn as many wizards as might be found in the ruins.

Rudy, the final blow at Gae, Quo, Penambra - Dele, too, from what Kara said - all within a few days.

Nests at Gae, Penambra, and Dele - all the great centres of the wizardry of old - seemed to fit into a disquieting pattern.

No intervalo, evocara as palavras do finado Gurgel, quando me mostrou em casa dele o retrato da mulher, parecido com Capitu.

High King at Gae-in fact, as a legal entity, the Realm stretches to the Western Ocean, for the Prince-Bishop of Dele takes-took-his laws from Gae.

Three days out of Dele, we met a great train of people fleeing that town, most of them half frozen and starving.

There was a conference at the hotel given by the Norwegian board of trade, and all the dele gates were exiting for coffee.

Uma vez a ouvi dizer que a fortuna deles aumentou bastante quando morreu seu pai, de quem herdou a metade das terras que eles possuem hoje.

Comentei: - Nosso amor fez bem ao deles, que estava meio debilitado pela gravidez e pelo parto.

Eu me sentia feliz vendo o bom humor deles, sobretudo o de Tatziu, que ainda ficou rindo depois que o carro partiu.