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''I say COM-bin-ay-tur, since it comes from "combine". -- [[User:AndrewBromage]]''
 
''I say COM-bin-ay-tur, since it comes from "combine". -- [[User:AndrewBromage]]''
 
:You say COM-bin-ay-tur (tom-ay-to), I say COM-bin-ah-tor (tom-ah-to).. -- [[User:Coffee2theorems|Coffee2theorems]] 23:19, 16 July 2008 (UTC)
 
   
 
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A function or definition with no Free variables.

Question: On which syllable do you put the accent when saying "combinator"?

I say COM-bin-ay-tur, since it comes from "combine". -- User:AndrewBromage

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