speller


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spell·er

 (spĕl′ər)
n.
1. One who spells words.
2. An elementary textbook containing exercises that teach spelling.

speller

(ˈspɛlə)
n
1. a person who spells words in the manner specified: a bad speller.
2. (Education) a book designed to teach or improve spelling

spell•er

(ˈspɛl ər)

n.
1. a person who spells words.
2. Also called spell′ing book`. an elementary textbook or manual to teach spelling.
[1400–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.speller - someone who spells words
writer - a person who is able to write and has written something
2.speller - an introductory textbook to teach spelling
primer - an introductory textbook
Translations
المُتَهَجّيبَرنامَج التَّهْجِئَه على الحاسوبكِتاب تَعْليم التَّهْجِئَه
cvičebnice pravopisukdo umí pravopispočítačový program kontrolující pravopis
lærebog i stavningstaveprogramstaver
helyesírásellenõrzõ programhelyesírási munkafüzet
človek, ktorý hláskujepravopisná príručka
heceleyenimlâ denetleyicisiimlâ kılavuzu

speller

[ˈspeləʳ] N to be a bad spellercometer muchas faltas de ortografía, tener mala ortografía

speller

[ˈspɛlər] n
to be a good speller → être bon(ne) en orthographe
to be a bad speller → être mauvais(e) en orthographe
I am an absolutely appalling speller → Je suis terriblement mauvais en orthographe.

speller

n to be a good/bad spellerin Rechtschreibung gut/schlecht sein

speller

[ˈspɛləʳ] n
a. (person) to be a bad/good spellerfare/non fare errori di ortografia
b. (Am) (book) → sillabario

spell1

(spel) past tense, past participle spelt (-t) , spelled verb
1. to name or give in order the letters of (a word). I asked him to spell his name for me.
2. (of letters) to form (a word). C-a-t spells `cat'.
3. to (be able to) spell words correctly. I can't spell!
4. to mean or amount to. This spells disaster.
speller noun
1. a computer program that corrects spelling mistakes.
2. someone who is good or bad at spelling. She is a good speller.
3. (American) a book for teaching spelling.
ˈspelling noun
Her spelling is terrible; (also adjective) The teacher gave the children a spelling lesson/test.
References in classic literature ?
As she was (very bad handwriting apart) a more than indifferent speller, and as Joe was a more than indifferent reader, extraordinary complications arose between them, which I was always called in to solve.
It had cost Adam a great deal of trouble and work in overhours to know what he knew over and above the secrets of his handicraft, and that acquaintance with mechanics and figures, and the nature of the materials he worked with, which was made easy to him by inborn inherited faculty--to get the mastery of his pen, and write a plain hand, to spell without any other mistakes than must in fairness be attributed to the unreasonable character of orthography rather than to any deficiency in the speller, and, moreover, to learn his musical notes and part-singing.
I applied myself with greater earnestness than ever to the mastering of what was in the "blue-back" speller.
That depends upon the taste and fancy of the speller, my Lord,' replied Sam; 'I never had occasion to spell it more than once or twice in my life, but I spells it with a "V.
Media contact: Charlotte Speller, Email: charlotte.
ABOUT 10 YEARS AGO, MALCOLM SPELLER BEGAN PLANTing the seeds for his food processing company, AmniFPS International L.
The author, who recently created the very differently toned "Sleeping Beauty Wakes" for Center Theatre Group, has an especially deft hand with the informational commentary on each speller (although I suspect Jay Reiss, playing the word-calling vice principal Douglas Panch, may have had a hand in this, too).
Zoe is the best speller in the 4th-grade; Vanessa is the best actress.
One speller, Saryn Hooks, spelled hechsher correctly, but the judges had the word wrong, so they said she was wrong.
Miss Speller also provides information about museums, galleries, public transport, hotels and restaurants and gives readers good advice: the best way to cross a wide street in Rome is to 'find a nun and cross beside her'.
In the number, students and scenery both spin out of control, and Jose Liana, as a frustrated speller who's just been eliminated on a technicality, flies across the stage on a gym rope.
Even though she occasionally detests this chore, she still does it--and it bails me out, since I am the world's worst speller.