Is it possible to override the default quotation marks of ``notation''?

As a czech user, I have to use \uv{} to have czech styled quotations, which doesn't write so well.


The package csquotes is specialized in context sensitive quoting. It provides the command \enquote{} that enclose its argument in quotation marks. The style of the quotation marks is defined by babel.

So you have to add


to your preamble and substitute the quoting by \enquote{}.

The results should be suitable.

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