V
(abbr volt)
1. V, voltio (m) (Elec)
  • 240 V -> 240 V

v [vi]
consonante se pronuncia en inglés como en español. En general los españoles confunden algo el sonido de esta letra con el de la b, aunque deben pronunciarse de muy diverso modo: para la b se han de juntar los labios por la parte exterior de la boca, y para la v los dientes superiores con el labio inferior.
sustantivo
1. Pieza o dos piezas en forma de V;
verbo
2. g. (n)
sustantivo
3. Guarismo romano que representa cinco. (n)
en maderas de construcció

V
v
[viː]
noun
(letter) V; v (f)
V for victory V de la victoria; V1 (flying bomb) bomba (f) volante 1944-45; (1944-45) V2 (rocket) cohete (m) 1944-45; (1944-45)
v
abbreviation
1 (Literat) verse v.
2 (Bible) verse vers.o
3 (Dep) (Jur) versus v.; vs.
4 (Electricity and Electronics) volt(s)
5 vide (see) vid.; v.
6 very
7 volume

V, v
[ˈuβe, beˈkorta]
feminine noun
1. V, v (letra) (peninsular SpanishAm)
  • v doble -> W

v [vay]
noun
1. In the Spanish alphabet V is the twenty-third letter in order, and should be pronounced as in English. (f)
verb
2. was very often used in manuscript instead of the capital U; as, Vn día for Un día.
verb
3. or Vd.
As the Spaniards press very lightly their lower lips against the upper teeth in pronouncing this letter, it frequently sounds like b especially at the start of words., stance as a contraction for Usted, (sing.) you, and VV., or Vds., for Ustedes, (pl.) you (formerly Vm. Vmd., Vms. Vmds.); also for vuestra, vuestras; as V. M, vuestra majestad, your majesty; V. S. Usía (vuestra señoría), your lordship or ladyship, etc. V in Roman numerals stands for five, for verb in grammar, for wind (viento) in meteorology, and volume in mathematical calculations.

v
abreviatura
(Electricidad y Eléctronica) voltio(s) v

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