Symbol
Symbol(n)
UK
ˈsɪmbl
US
ˈsɪmbl
Definition: A mark or character used as a conventional representation of an object, function, or process, e.g. the letter or letters standing for a chemical element or a character in musical notation.
Meaning: Biểu tượng, ký hiệu
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How to use "Symbol" in sentence (example)

In the 1700's, pineapples used to be a status symbol of wealth.

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Of course, pineapples are now easily acquired, even by us average folks, and the symbol is gone.

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Apple pie is an unofficial symbol of the United States and one of its signature comfort foods.

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Saturn's symbol is ♄ which is the symbol of Saturnus sickle.

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It is the unfinished church Sagrada Familia, which is the symbol of Barcelona.

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Marilyn Monroe was always seen as the gorgeous, blonde, sex symbol of the 50's, but the truth is that this lady was just as smart as she was beautiful.

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Many of the houses have smaller windows at their top, which gives the optical illusion of the house being taller - which acted as a status symbol of wealth back in the day.

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The "XXX" symbol of Amsterdam does not mean what you think it does.

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Although a "XXX" marking often carried adult connotations, in Amsterdam it is the symbol of Saint Andrew.

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The symbol has been used to represent Amsterdam since 1505 when Amsterdam was still a little fishing town.

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The brand's EQT line of sneakers were originally supposed to serve as a status symbol, similar to how Jordan sneakers are viewed nowadays.

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