English → English - context

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n. paragraphs surrounding a word or sentence; overall situation, background
n. context, paragraphs surrounding a word or sentence; overall situation, background

English → Spanish - context

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s. contexto, trasfondo; entorno

English → French - context

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n. contexte, ensemble de texte qui entoure un mot, concordance; environnement; situation; conjoncture

English → German - context

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n. Zusammenhang, Kontext

English → Indonesian - context

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n. hubungan kata-kata, konteks, suasana, keadaan, aluran, hubungan

English → Italian - context

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s. contesto; (fig) quadro

English → Polish - context

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n. kontekst

English → Portuguese - context

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s. contexto

English → Romanian - context

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n. context

English → Russian - context

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с. контекст, связь, ситуация, обстановка, фон

English → Turkish - context

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i. bağlam, sözün gelişi, kaynak, şartlar, durum

English → Ukrainian - context

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n. контекст, ситуація

Romanian → English - context

n. context, texture

Dutch → English - context

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n. context, paragraphs surrounding a word or sentence; overall situation, background

English → Dutch - context

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zn. verband, samenhang

English → Greek - context

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ουσ. συναφής έκφραση, γενικό πλαίσιο, συμφραζόμενα

Dutch → French - context

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(algemeen) contexte (m)

English → Arabic - context

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‏قرنية، سياق الكلام، الحالة‏

English → Chinese - context

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(名) 上下文; 来龙去脉, 背景; 文章脉络

English → Chinese - context

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(名) 上下文; 來龍去脈, 背景; 文章脈絡

English → Hindi - context

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n. प्रसंग, संदर्भ

English → Japanese - context

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(名) 前後関係; 周囲の状況; 背景

English → Korean - context

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명. 문맥, 문장이나 단어의 전후 관계; 정황, 상황, 주변배경

English → Vietnamese - context

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n. phần trước đoạn văn, phần sau đoạn văn, định nghỉa bài văn

Definition of context

Pronunciation
Noun
1. The set of facts or circumstances that surround a situation or event.
The historical context.
2. Discourse that surrounds a language unit and helps to determine its interpretation.
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