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The cê-cedilha is a variant of the letter C used in the Portuguese language.

It represents the soft S sound (/s/) when the letter C is placed before A, O or U.

It has a similar behaviour in other Romance languages like Catalan (xoriço), French (garçon) and Occitan (torçut). It is also present in English, used in loanwords such as façade.

In modern Portuguese it is never located at the beginning or the end of a word, in that case the letter S is used instead.

Give us money,

get a cool t-shirt back

I don't see why not

desenrascanço

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Noun: the art of improvising the solution to a problem, even when one does not have the tools, skills, or materials needed to do so.

açafrão

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Noun: saffron. Adjective: shade of yellow similar to the colour of saffron.

endereço

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Noun: address.

criança

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Noun: child.

açúcar

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Noun: sugar.

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Mac: ⌥ option + c

Windows: alt + 135