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A bracket is a punctuation mark that separates a phrase or word from the rest of the sentence. Brackets are sometimes used to surround dates or other numbers in a text.

In architecture, a bracket is a weight-bearing object made of wood, stone, or metal that protrude from or overhangs a wall. It can also be used as a statue ledge, the spring of an arch, a beam, or a shelf. Brackets are frequently carved, cast, or moulded in the shape of volutes or scrolls.

Brackets are symbols that are used in pairs to organise items. Parentheses or "round brackets" () "square brackets" or "box brackets" [] braces or "curly brackets" "angle brackets" > are examples of brackets.

Parentheses are used to encapsulate additional information in your own work, while brackets are used to put remarks into someone else's words that you're quoting, or to insert content into a parentheses-enclosed piece.

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