- (Australia, Britain, India, Ireland, New Zealand, South Africa) The punctuation mark “.” (indicating the end of a sentence or marking an abbreviation).
The punctuation mark “.”
- dashes ( ‒ ) ( – ) ( — ) ( ― )
- ellipsis ( … )
- exclamation mark ( ! )
- fraction slash ( ⁄ )
- guillemets ( « » ) ( ‹ › )
- hyphen ( - ) ( ‐ )
- interpunct ( · )
- interrobang (rare) ( ‽ )
- parentheses ( ( ) )
- period (US) or full stop (Britain) ( . )
- question mark ( ? )
- quotation marks (formal) ( ‘ ’ ‚ ) ( “ ” „ )
- quotation marks (informal, computing) ( " ) ( ' )
- (colloquial) Used to emphasize the end of an important statement or point when speaking to show something is not up for discussion or debate.
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- (and nothing less): and that’s final, and that’s that, it’s as simple as that, period (North America), end of