With iOS 6, Siri now understands more languages including English, Spanish, French, Canadian French, Italian, Mandarin, German, Italian, Swiss French, Swiss German, Cantonese, Japanese and Korean.
What does SwissF stand for?
SwissF stands for Swiss French
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Simple Web Indexing System for Humans
- Swish (not an acronym; formerly Straight Women in Support of Homos; est. 2003)
- Secondary Weapon Inventory System Management (US Navy)
- Satellite Weather Information for Stratospheric Science
- Sewer, Water, Infrastructure, Streets and Sidewalks (Grand Haven, Michigan improvement project)
- Shallow Water InSitu Survey
- Shallow Water Intermediate Search System
- Sheffield Wide Image Switching System (CCTV system)
- Siblings with Ischemic Stroke Study
- South Western Independent Schools Sports Association (Australia)
- Server with Integrated Testing
- Shipboard Weapons Integration Team
- Social Worker in Training (UK)
- Software Integration and Test
- SomeWhere In Time (movie)
- South West Institute of TAFE (Technical and Further Education) (est. 1988; Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia)
- Southwest Institute of Technology (Austin, TX)
- Solar and Wind Initiatives Towards Change (Canada)
- Student Wellness Initiative Toward Community Health (est. 2005; West Side Community Clinic; Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada)
- Students Working in Tobacco Can Help (Canadian Cancer Society)
Samples in periodicals archive:
I recall being taught a lesson on the different priorities and character traits of the Swiss French and the Swiss Germans early on in the process, when observing people's reactions to our big advertising campaign 'What's on in Switzerland?
Operating five production facilities, including the largest potato processing plant in Switzerland, Frigemo produces over 45,000 metric tons of product per year and has earned a 58 per cent market share of the Swiss french fry market.
By the same logic Swiss French clearly belonged with their fellow French-speakers and Swiss Italians with Italy.