Quickly copy and paste check marks, ticks, and crosses.
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Check marks or ticks are used to show something is correct, chosen, complete, or verified.
The tick ✔ comes from the letter V in the latin word “veritas” which means truth.
Unlike other symbols, there's not a lot going on with these, so once you've read this article, you'll know everything worth knowing.
are often marked with ticks and crosses.
Though using a tick to mean correct is not universal.
Japan and Korea use circles a ⭕ for a correct answer, and a slash, cross, or tick for an incorrect answer.
The Netherlands, Indonesia, South Africa and Suriname use the flourish of approval for correct answers.
Finland and Sweden both use a tick mark to mean incorrect.
use check boxes — a box with a cross or tick — to denote a chosen candidate, party or measure. An empty box is left for unchosen items.
often use a check mark to mean that an item is complete. Crosses ✘, and
strikethroughs are also used.
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