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airmail

noun [U]  /ˈer·meɪl, ˈær-/ us  
Translations of “airmail”
in Korean 항공 우편…
in Arabic البَريد الجَوّي…
in Portuguese correio aéreo…
in Catalan correu aeri…
in Japanese (手紙や荷物の)航空便…
in Italian posta aerea…
in Chinese (Traditional) 航空郵政, 航空郵遞…
in Russian авиапочта…
in Turkish hava yolu ile gönderilen mektuplar, parseller…
in Chinese (Simplified) 航空邮政, 航空邮递…
in Polish poczta lotnicza…
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