- n. Plural form of guillemet.
“The software that makes the post to your comment section does not seem to like guillemets (that is, = French quotation marks).”
“Finally, Finnish and Swedish surround quotations with two guillemets that both point to the right.”
“Chinese typographers have adopted pointing-out guillemets to denote the title of a book.”
“On a typewriter, of course, they're the same (and I'll have much more to say about the typewriter's effect on punctuation this week). guillemets: « »”
“Norwegian uses guillemets for Level 1 quotes: « … » and upper single quotes for Level 2: ‘…’”
“The software that makes the post to your comment section does not seem to like guillemets that is, = French quotation marks.”
“He is knwon for being ideologically opportunistic more than a stiff left wing ideologue “il a les guillemets faciles”, but I figure at least some policies he advocates would make Obama look like a fascist in comparison.”
“Notes d'une conférence que je viens de donner en Serbie sur ce qu'est le travail d'une "consultante en blogs" notez les guillemets.”
“Pour ce qui est de la citation de Bruno… n'oublions pas que les journalistes retravaillent allégrement le texte qui se retrouve entre guillemets et mis dans la bouche de quelqu'un.”
“Boldface is shown by «guillemets», italics by _lines_.”
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