Z, z
, ziː]
[zed
sustantivo
1. Z, z (f) (letter) (Estados Unidos)

z [sed]
vigésima sexta y última letra del alfabeto.

Z
z
[zed] [ziː] (US)
noun
(letter) Z; z (f)
Z for Zebra Z de Zaragoza

Z, z
[ˈθeta]
feminine noun
1. Z, z (letra)

z [thay'-dah, thay'-tah]
noun
1. The twenty-sixth letter of the Spanish alphabet. (f)
Whether at the beginning, middle, or end of words, it sounds in Spanish like the English th in thank, cathedral, tenth. Latin words terminating in x take z in Spanish, as lux, luz; velox, veloz. In the plural and in compound words it is superseded by c, as paz makes paces, pacífico, apaciguar.

Z
z [ˈθeta] especialmente (Latinoamérica) [ˈseta]
(letra) Z; z

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