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fraction without bar, start
Translators: This phrase is spoken to inform the user that what is about to
be said is part of a mathematical fraction whose bar is not displayed. See for an example. Note that the
comma is inserted here to cause a very brief pause in the speech. Otherwise,
in English, the resulting speech sounds like we have a fraction which lacks
the start of the bar. If this is a non-issue for your language, the comma and
the pause which results is not needed. You should be able to test this with
"spd-say <your text here>" in a terminal on a machine where speech-dispatcher
is installed.
começo de fração sem barra
Translated by Rafael Gazoni on 2016-03-04
Located in src/orca/
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