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Categorize abbreviations to avoid conflicts

Avoid conflicts in your dictionary by adding a symbol such as a dash or forward slash at the beginning of the abbreviation. For example, for famous places you could use a dash, -wtc = World Trade Center, and for famous people you could use a slash, /mlk = Martin Luther King.

Contributed by: 
Rachel James