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In Turkish, ğ lengthens the preceding vowel. . It is common, for convenience, to omit writing all diacritical marks in McCune-Reishchauer including breves, in which case the word is spelled hangul not han'gŭl. In the , a breve over a phonetic symbol is used to indicate. It resembles the the wedge or háček in but is rounded; the caron has a sharp tip.

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The traditional Cyrillic breve differs in shape and is thicker on the edges of the curve and thinner in the middle, compared to the Latin one. It is often used that way in dictionaries and textbooks of , , and other languages. As used in , it is also called vrachy, or brachy. The spelling han-geul is based on 's adopted in 2000 in part for ease in computer use, not on. In , it is used for both the Cyrillic semivowel U and in the Latin Ŭ. This article needs additional citations for.

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Ў was also used in Cyrillic under the. In , a breve is used for Cyrillic letters Ӑ A-breve and Ӗ E-breve. In Latin types, the shape looks like ears. However, there is a frequent convention of indicating only the long vowels. In orthography, it is used for Ӑ, and Ў.

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Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. If the vowel length is unknown, a breve as well as a macron are used in historical linguistics Ā̆ ā̆ Ē̆ ē̆ Ī̆ ī̆ Ō̆ ō̆ Ū̆ ū̆. It is also used to transliterate , , and. It is then understood that a vowel with no is short. .

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