Questions tagged [plural]

Pertaining to handling text that must change depending on the number of items involved, according to the rules of different languages.

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Calling acro first use when plural is producing an 's' in the short definition that is wrong

I have an acro first use that must be plural, but I am getting an erroneous "s" when I shouldn't be. I'm getting (sIMFs) when it should be (IMFs). See picture and code below. The problem only occurs ...
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Detect verb form (plural or singular) in textcite from biblatex [duplicate]

Skimming through this forum as well as the current documentation of biblatex, I did not find a functionality to achieve this. First, consider this MWE, inspired by this answer here: \documentclass{...
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Glossaries-extra: how to always expand the first plural use of an acronym?

The question is regarding the first plural usage of acronyms. Consider the following MWE \documentclass{article} \usepackage{glossaries-extra} \setabbreviationstyle{long-short} \newacronym{adc}{ADC}...
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Plurals in acronyms when using the glossaries package

I am using the glossaries package for acronyms only, and it is working really well for my document, but I have stumbled upon a problem where it hasn't worked so well. Literally all but one of my ...
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Pluralisation of bibliography fields based on content

Consider the following minimal example: \documentclass{article} \usepackage{biblatex,filecontents} \begin{filecontents*}{references.bib} @book{book1, author = {A Author}, title = {...