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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.

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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

\usepackage[czech]{babel}
\usepackage{csquotes}

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

The results should be suitable.

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